In 1998, a 15-acre forest monastery
was born in the remote town of Temoh. The intensely calming and rejuvenating
setting is both a treasure and oasis for a spiritual aspirant. The study of
Sutta-Vinaya and the practice of meditation in the intoxicating forest breeze
tenderly rubs away every knotted muscle and anxiety. Then slowly, but surely,
the quiet solitude of the forest trees marks the ancient teachings of the
Buddha for the community of monks, nuns, and lay people.