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Aussie_Binturong
Queensland, Australia326 contributions
Jan 2023 • Solo
My favourite part of the gardens, although it was a bit of a challenge finding it, some of the paths seemed to be cut off for maintenance.
Written January 25, 2023
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australia12,878 contributions
Apr 2022
Lotus flowers have a spititual symbolism. They represent purity and rebirth, The lotus is often called "the flower of life.." The lotus represents the creation of beauty from a lake of slime. The lotus is a thing of beauty. The Lotus Pond is not far from the Taipei Botanic Gardens. The lotus is an aquatic plant, it is sometimes called a water lily.
Written May 20, 2022
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australia12,878 contributions
Aug 2020
Chinese people admire the lotus because it is created in the image of the Buddha. The lotus grows in slime and filth yet it produces the most beautiful flower, it show the possibilities of life on earth for believers . The journey from corruption to perfection is an analogy of the journey from life on Earth to Enlightenment. The Lotus acts as an inspiration for Buddhists on their life-long quest to achieve Nirvana
Written October 16, 2020
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jeffryb
Keysborough, Australia371 contributions
Aug 2020
The lotus is a prime symbol in Buddhist iconography, because it is a perfect flower that emeges from slime; that is, a perfect being can emerge from a corrupt earth. The lotus flowers are very beatiful, Most parts of the lotus, including the roots, are edible. The lotus is sacred to Buddhists and Hindus.
Written September 19, 2020
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australia12,878 contributions
Feb 2020
The lotus is celebrated in Chinese culture because this beautiful flower emerges from slime. The lotus flowers in summer, with the advent of spring the flowers are beginnng to emerge. By the way, most parts of the plant are edible; the lotus root is a popular dish in Chinese cuisine.
Written February 12, 2020
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Helen
Alstonville, Australia71 contributions
Apr 2019 • Couples
This place was more like a lake than a pond with 20 or more spectacular and colourful temples to different deities around it we enjoyed it and wished we had more time to explore more than just a few of the temples
Written June 10, 2019
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Sue Swan
Southport, UK102 contributions
Dec 2018 • Couples
The many temples and shrines are a photographers gift. You can enter a pagoda to climbe up foe a Moore panoramic view, but make sure you enter via the Dragon and not the Tiger as that would be bad luck. You can exit via either. The walls inside depict heaven on one side and he'll on the other, all in relief and beautiful colours. There is a lot to see around this pond and you can buy fresh drinks and ices to cool down in the heat
Written January 8, 2019
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