Directed by Yoon Chan-gyoo (윤찬규)77min | Release date in South Korea : 2012/11/__
Can you truly pray for your enemy?
'Kom' in Tibetan means 'asceticism' and asceticism means 'the process of getting used to'. 'Mooa' doesn't have greed. Therefore 'Moo-sim' which has no fury or anger changes me with bad habits and practices, getting me used to it and in the end making me 'it'. It changes 'sympathy' and 'mercy' which can be considered the root of unlawfulness, through asceticism.
In Tibet's biggest asceticism temple in Yachings, asceticism is being carried out physically praying with sympathy and mercy for enemies who accept their crimes as their own and implies us in the modern generation who make enemies easily and make extreme choices.
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