Beaded Car Seat Cushion

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Beaded Car Seat Cushion

beaded car seat cushion

    seat cushion

  • a cushion that makes a seat more comfortable
  • The part of the seat upon which one sits or leans against.

    beaded

  • covered with beads of liquid; "a face beaded with sweat"
  • Decorate or cover with <em>beads</em>
  • String (<em>beads</em>) together
  • (beading) a beaded molding for edging or decorating furniture
  • (beading) ornamentation with beads
  • Cover (a surface) with drops of moisture

    car

  • A vehicle that runs on rails, esp. a railroad <em>car</em>
  • the compartment that is suspended from an airship and that carries personnel and the cargo and the power plant
  • a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; "he needs a car to get to work"
  • A road vehicle, typically with four wheels, powered by an internal combustion engine and able to carry a small number of people
  • a wheeled vehicle adapted to the rails of railroad; "three cars had jumped the rails"
  • A railroad <em>car</em> of a specified kind

beaded car seat cushion – Wagan IN9235

Wagan IN9235 Light Gray Magnetic Bubble Seat Cushion
Wagan IN9235 Light Gray Magnetic Bubble Seat Cushion
Wagan Light Gray Magnetic Bubble Seat Cushion is a next generation seat cushion that provides all the massaging effects as the wooden bead seat cushions do, but with the tendency to last longer. This seat cushion consists of 90 soft molded foam bubbles to stimulate circulation and improve posture, along with providing comfort while sitting and driving. It can be used at home, office or in auto. This cushion is lightweight so one can move it from one location to another. It comes with eight magnets that provide your body with extra magnetic force to strengthen your cells.

Thích Qu?ng D?c's self immolation

Thích Qu?ng D?c's self immolation
Thich Qu?ng D?c arrived at the intersection of Phan Dinh Phung Boulevard and Le Van Duyet Street in Saigon, as part of a procession that had begun at a nearby pagoda. Around 350 monks and nuns marched in two phalanxes, preceded by the Austin Westminster, carrying banners printed in both English and Vietnamese. They denounced the Di?m government and its policy towards Buddhists, demanding that it fulfill its promises of religious equality.

Thich Qu?ng D?c emerged from the car along with two other monks. One placed a cushion on the road while the second took a five-gallon container of petrol from the car. As the marchers formed a circle around him, Thich Qu?ng D?c calmly seated himself in the traditional Buddhist meditative lotus position on the cushion. His colleague emptied the contents of the gasoline container over Thich Qu?ng D?c’s head while he rotated a string of wooden prayer beads and recited a homage to Amitabha Buddha. He then struck a match and dropped it on himself.

Photographer Malcolm Browne took a series of shots, one of which is shown above, another of which won the 1963 World Press Photo of the Year.

The news and images of Thich Qu?ng D?c’s self-immolation spread around the world and was later regarded as a turning point in the Buddhist crisis and the critical point in the collapse of the Di?m regime. President John F. Kennedy, who saw the picture while reading the paper in bed the following morning later remarked that "no news picture in history has generated so much emotion around the world as that one." (He was of course, to feature in some famous photos and footage himself later that year!)

I guess that to many people around the world, the event made them think that if a ‘good man’ like Thich Qu?ng D?c was prepared to demonstrate against President Diem in this way, there must be something genuinely wrong with the government supported by the US government.

Ironically, President Diem’s views about the Buddhists were not entirely without justification. The Viet Cong knew that Diem and his family were Catholic, and often used Buddhist monasteries as cover for their activities.

Hòa thu?ng Thích Qu?ng D?c

Hòa thu?ng Thích Qu?ng D?c
(Born 1897 – died 11 June 1963) Thich Qu?ng D?c was a Vietnamese Mahayana Buddhist monk who burned himself to death at a busy Saigon road intersection on 11 June 1963.At the age of 15, he took the samanera (novice) vows and was ordained as a monk at the age of 20 under the dharma name Thich Qu?ng D?c. After ordination, he traveled to a mountain near Ninh Hoa, vowing to live the life of a solitary Buddhism-practicing hermit for three years. He returned in later life to open the Thien Loc Pagoda at the site of his mountain retreat. He went on open many many Buddhist temples in South East Asia.

The monk was protesting against the persecution of Buddhists by South Vietnam’s Ngo Dinh Di?m administration. Malcolm Browne won a Pulitzer Prize for his iconic photo of the monk’s death, as did David Halberstam for his written account. After his death, his body was re-cremated, but his heart remained intact. This was interpreted as a symbol of compassion and led Buddhists to revere him as a bodhisattva, heightening the impact of his death on the public psyche.
The self-immolation is widely seen as the turning point of the Vietnamese Buddhist crisis which led to the change in regime.

Thich Qu?ng D?c emerged from the car along with two other monks. One placed a cushion on the road while the second opened the trunk and took out a five-gallon gasoline can. As the marchers formed a circle around him, Thich Qu?ng D?c calmly seated himself in the traditional Buddhist meditative lotus position on the cushion. His colleague emptied the contents of the gasoline container over Thich Qu?ng D?c’s head. Thich Qu?ng D?c rotated a string of wooden prayer beads and recited the words "Nam Mo A Di Da Ph?t" ("homage to Amitabha Buddha") before striking a match and dropping it on himself. Flames consumed his robes and flesh, and black oily smoke emanated from his burning body. No one who witnessed the event was unmoved. Yet he himself remained completely motionless during the 10 minute immolation.

beaded car seat cushion

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