Haedong Yonggungsa Temple (해동 용궁사) – South Korea

In July of 2017, I visited the Haedong Yonggungsa Temple in Busan, South Korea.

As I was walking towards the temple, I was lured by the chanting. I stood by the temple speaker and recorded the following song:

Do you know what song this is?

 

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License for Prostitution…back in the day

During my trip to Austin, Texas, in one of the bars, I saw the following licenses for prostitution:

I had no idea that such things existed:

Interesting how societies and social norms progress:

Nowadays, what used to be called a dress for a prostitute can be found in the streets by woman of all ages. But heck, who am I to judge what girls should wear. Their body, their choice.

Last but not least, I found the following poster in the toilet of one other bar as well:

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Phone zombies

Guilty as charged, often times I feel the compulsion to check my phone over and over again so I end up walking with my eyes glued to my phone. I don’t like this trend and I do my best to break this habit in myself. Meanwhile, why not enjoy this meme I found on the internet:

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Canadian Fast Food

During my visit to Vancouver, Canada, I ran into a souvenir shop and I bought this mug which I found cool and funny:

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Why eat with a clown while you can dine with a king?

Commercials can be creative some times. During one of my visits to my home country, I saw this billboard from Burger King mocking McDonalds:

Why eat with a clown while you can dine with a king?

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Not another wine and cheese party!

Like other things in society, we are taught how to be “cool”.

When you friends at work ask you: “So how was your weekend?” and when you answer: “”Oh, I have a wine and cheese party”, this makes you look “cool” and sophisticated.

Personally, I hate such trends.

This photo illustrates exactly how I feel about this cheese and wine fag.

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Ganesha – The obstacle remover

Ganesha, in the Hindu religion, is known as the remover of obstacles. I first learned about him when I was listening to Thomas Ashley-Farrand’s audio-book entitled: Mantra: Sacred Words of Power.

I love mantras and I learned his mantra:

Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha

The following picture explains Ganesha’s most famous depiction:

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