Being the Queen of R & B is not all about singing... It has much to do with your service to people. And your social contributions to your community and your civic contributions as well.
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Ani Choying: Gratitude and Service

Ani Choying: Gratitude and Service

Nov 20, 2017-- Ani Choying Drolma never expected to be a Rockstar Nun. She only wanted to be of benefit to others in her life and has done so in many ways. She suffered abuse as a child, yet her heart is full of compassion, not resentment. She went on to adopt a child and eventually inspired a foundation to support others in helping orphans. Her gift of singing was eventually shared not out of ego, but out of a wish to share wisdom with anyone who might be inspired by her songs. Reading about her remarkable life here and listening to her songs may inspire all to find the path of peace in their own lives, whatever sufferings they may have encountered. (4158 reads)


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