This is a collection of photos to accompany the book, Enso House: Caring for Each Other at the End of Life. The story begins in 1970 with my Peace Corps assignment teaching science in Nepal. It tells of my introduction to Buddhism by way of an archeological excavation at Tilaurakot, a site near my village where in the sixth century BCE stood a palace of a king. King Suddhodana was the father of Siddhartha Gautama who eventually left home and became the Buddha. The photos here are in rough chronological order, tracing my journey from Nepal to Japan and eventually to Whidbey Island where my wife Cynthia and I helped establish Enso House.

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  1. What a special gift you have given to us all.

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