Musician shares spiritual teachings

Boston Globe: Lying in a hospital bed in India last winter after a deadly car crash, Tibetan composer Nawang Khechog requested a pillow and began to chant. Hollywood actor Richard Gere, his friend, had paid for a private medical flight to bring the injured former monk to New Delhi after a truck crashed into Khechog’s taxi in eastern India, killing the Grammy-nominated composer’s niece and injuring his son.

“The hospital would not give me any painkiller,” said Khechog, who suffered a brain injury. “I put the pillow behind me, and I sat up straight. I start to meditate.” Read more


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