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Buddha Ariyamett Aram Temple

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rachaelf666 wrote a review Oct. 2020
Holyoke, Massachusetts79 contributions38 helpful votes
We happened to stop as we were passing through and simply wanted to take a stroll around their grounds. We didn't encounter too many folks but the moms we did run into gave us polite greetings and let us meander around on our own. It was ideal.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Catherine wrote a review Aug. 2019
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I took a ride to Morris, Ct. to visit this Temple. I actually went to just take some photos. When I saw the door to the Temple open and saw the monk at the alter I asked if I could enter and he welcomed me in. You leave your shoes at the door. When I entered a woman came over and asked if I wanted information or just to observe and take photos. I said both. I ask how I should behave since I didn't want to be disrespectful. Also I wanted to make a contribution since they were praying for the dead and gifts were brought. She told me I had to get on my knees and go to the Monk and offer it to him. You then extend your wrist which he puts on three littles bracelets and gives you a blessing. Everyone was so warm and friendly and wanted to talk. They offered me water, tea, coffee, cookies, and fruit. I then walked the beautiful grounds and took photos. The Temples are open on Sunday. You can walk the grounds other days but no one is there and I don't think the Temples are open
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Ref4219 wrote a review Feb. 2018
Morris, Connecticut259 contributions117 helpful votes
Once again the visit to the temple was as gracious and warm a feeling as one could want. Ajean Kout and the Laotian family was a respite from any outside stress, as the morning prayer and joined friendship was healing and rejuvenating.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Ref4219 wrote a review Jul. 2017
Morris, Connecticut259 contributions117 helpful votes
The Laotian temple is a place for anyone to feel the friendship and good feelings of not just the members, but a chance to raise one's level.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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v0yageur22 wrote a review Jul. 2017
Killingworth, CT1,485 contributions284 helpful votes
It wasn't open when we happened by but it was fascinating looking from the outside--bright, colorful and exotic and kind of interesting plopped down in the middle of the rolling Connecticut countryside.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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