Temple of Equality

January 30, 2011 § Leave a comment

Yesterday Don & visited the Boyodo-In Temple in Kaneohe.

The Temple is a scale replica of a temple at Uji in Japan, and was constructed entirely without the use of nails.

The Byodo-In translates to “Temple of Equality – not to discriminate” such a nice message.

The Buddha is said to be the larges figure carved since ancient times. It was amazing in person.

To switch gears completely, we came home later and walked downtown where there was a Pro Bowl block party with tons of street vendors. I’m not that into football, but I got some Yogurtland, Don got a Gyro so we were both happy campers.

And we got to witness this lovely sunset.

I love living in Hawaii 🙂

Going into Monday I’m pray pray praying that something happens on the job front next week. I need a job & to start feeling productive like yesterday.

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