Lotus Temple

During my road trip in early July, I stopped in Buckingham, VA to visit the Lotus Temple. This was several days after the derecho had hit; so, the grounds were still without power. However, they were still holding a special service and meditation before closing. Not knowing there would be a service, I was of course late for it and debated for several minutes on whether to take photos or video at all. At the close of the service, everyone gathered for a tradition of this group, which is to sing a song together while interlocking hands and dancing in a circle. At this point, my mind just internally screamed, “JUST DO IT!” and I quickly gathered some video for a clip. The temple’s website: lotus.org/

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