Sunday, November 30, 2008

Cambodia's elderly require priority attention

Growing old in the Kingdom of the young

Cambodian Buddhist temple compounds are the final refuge where the elderly spend their last years.
Pech Poy, 50, has been living at Wat Ounalom for eight years, devoting the rest of his life to the acquisition of Dharma. “I see that most old people live in difficult situations because they don’t have a place to stay, so I am luckier than most,” he said. “When I die my next life will be better than this. I believe I will be reborn in a good condition because now I try to do good and save the Dharma."

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