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Thich Nhat Hanh 2012 Wall Calendar Calendar – Wall Calendar, July 5, 2011
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He is a Zen Buddhist but you do not have to be into buddhism to appreciate his words as they relate to our life. He is a favorite of mine because of his gentleness, helpfulness and simplicity in the content of his teachings whose results are substantial if they are applied. A user friendly teacher.
It is a good calendar to have to inspire one's inner being and also to become familiar with this teacher and see if you like to learn more.
He is prolific and has books on all kinds of life challenges. He overcame a lot himself and therefore, he teaches from experience.
It is good to have a reminder calendar of what is really important in life.
This calendar notes some major holidays of Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Baha'i, and Pagan/Wiccan.... but there are many omissions. For example, Mexican Independance Day is noted (September 16th) but Confucius' Birthday is absent. France's Bastille Day is noted (July 14th), but Chinese and Taoist holidays are not mentioned. The only Tibetan festival noted is Losar (New Year's Day) and the Dalai Lama's birthday. So this is not a comprehensive Buddhist calendar; but it has broad universal appeal.
This calendar is classy. It would suit almost any room and provide inspiration all year.
I also like the way it shows me what month and day it is. It is a very accurate calendar. :)