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Buddhadharma : Spring 2015
spring 2 0 1 5 buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly 23 I came to live in a monastery in a Tibetan refugee settlement in the south of India. I’m not a particularly good scholar, and I still have a temper, much laziness, and many attachments. However, I keep on taking my little steps, one after another. It is the confidence and determination to keep on taking those steps along the path of life that has led me to where I am. And whereamI?Ihavesuchalongwaytogo along this path! All I can do is continue, step by step. I encourage all to do the same. There is no better or worse path. There is simply where our steps lead. nicholAS VreelAnd is the subject of a new documentary titled Monk With a Camera. It was the son of one of those photog- raphers who introduced me to my Buddhist teacher. I went to work for him with the same devotion I’d had for the photogra- phers I’d served and, under his training, continued to put one foot before the other, along the path of life. I had the good fortune that all my cam- eras were stolen. They were well insured, so I was able to live on that money for a time and devote myself to my Buddhist studies. Eventually, the wish to become a monk arose. At first it was more of a dream—a distant aspiration. However, by continuing to take little steps on an undulating path, in time I was deemed ready to take the vows of a novice and then a fully ordained bhikshu. New York City, 2010 PHOTO | adam bartos