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  • Fox E.

    10/03/20

    Linh is really cute, makes me want to suck a Linh, or even Chua Linh if that's what she's into. When we were walking around Chinatown and Alief on the west side of the Beltway, and when we were...more

  • Tao E.

    01/30/17

    Just like the other reviewers said - it isn't big and fancy but it is still nice. I just visited for the first time on China New Year day and they were chanting while around 20 people were seated...more

  • Thao L.

    02/09/18

    I like this Temple. My father and uncle pictures are placed here. Not a big fancy temple but the people are very nice. On one of our visits we even saw a little dog I presume was a little stray...more

  • Ben H.

    05/19/14

    This Temple is small, needed volunteers, capital improvement. Please help at your convenience times. Appreciate.more

  • Truc T.

    07/01/13

    I have never been to this temple until my little brother passed away recently. This temple is hidden behind a run-down shopping strip near Bellaire and Cook. Fair warning: the place isn't as clean...more

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    UPDATE to the post below:  August 7, 2012 and July 5, 2013:  Chua Linh Son announced the launching of their website, which can be accessed at http://www.linhsonsantafe.org/index.html (but was subsequently found to be unavailable).  I'm keeping this original blog post intact because of its relative Google ranking.  Check the Chua Linh Son category label to the right for future posts about their programs.

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    For the time being, I will use this blog post as a general information site for this Temple, because I have not yet found a website for it in either English or Vietnamese.  If anyone knows of a homepage or other Temple-sanctioned or Sangha-sanctioned representation in either language, please email me at [email protected] so that I can update accordingly. 

    Linh Son Temple, or Linh Son Pagoda as it seems to be alternatively known, was brought to my attention last night by another English-speaking Sangha member who described her attempts to visit it.  I'm not sure how she first heard of it, but she made two different trips hoping to hear a Dharma talk delivered in English, and on neither visit was she successful.

    This kind of experience is unfortunately common in our area (a similar thing happened to me also at a different local temple; more on that later) and, once again, is the kind of result I hope to rectify via the sharing of information in this blog.

    Even the act of finding Linh Son in a geographical senseis a challenge; I only managed to do it by zeroing in based on descriptions provided by other bloggers and Flickr users.
    Um, FAIL.
    This is how Google plots its internet-reported address of 1334 FM 646 (Google can't make up its mind whether the address is in Dickinson or Santa Fe).  Nothing but residential subdivisions in this area.

    I figured I could cruise through some aerial photos, sorting through the jumble of ranchettes, light industrial warehouses, miscellaneous subdivisions and trailer parks that characterize this area, and zero in on it by searching for evidence of a 50-foot reclining Buddha statue.  At that size, he'd be bigger than any ranchette's back-yard swimming pool and should therefore be visually obvious...


    Wow!  The place is actually HUGE!
    Going by the general description "on Hwy 646 between FM 1764 and FM 517", this becomes easy to find.  It's geographical coordinates are as follows:
    29.4214, -95.0923
    Bloggers "Livin' to Drive" produced this wonderful, lighthearted blog postthat describes their encounter with Chua Linh Son.  In conjunction with that, they published this selection of their photosof the Temple grounds. 
    Linh Son is actually listed in Wikipedia's tabulation of the world's tallest statues, albeit with no more information than I myself could locate!
    The inauguration of this Temple was actually written up in this feature piece on The Buddhist Channel, which apparently piggybacked off a Galveston County Daily Newsarticle that no longer seems to be available online. 

    And guess what else??  There is(or at least there was, as of 2008), an English Sangha group there.  I know this because, despite nothaving found a homepage or other official representation, I found (drumroll, please!) some of their Dharma talks uploaded to YouTube.  

    So thank you, T., for bringing Chua Linh Son to my attention.  Here, better late than never, is one of the Dharma talks you had been seeking (and there's a whole series of them on YouTube).  This is an interesting one because the Venerable is responding to a question from an English Sangha member about how to deal with Christians who are opposed to his study of Buddhism.

     

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    • Linh is really cute, makes me want to suck a Linh, or even Chua Linh if that's what she's into.

      When we were walking around Chinatown and Alief on the west side of the Beltway, and when we were doing our exercises in Arthur Storey Park, we saw this amazing imposing structure towering over the Park.

      We went up close and realized it's an absolutely incredible temple, and one of the most amazing structures - especially religious wise - in Houston. Who knew that it was over here? We never did.

      Photo of Chua Linh Son - Houston, TX, United States. Never bring a gun to the temple

      Never bring a gun to the temple

    • I like this Temple. My father and uncle pictures are placed here. Not a big fancy temple but the people are very nice. On one of our visits we even saw a little dog  I presume was a little stray wandering around. The volunteers there told me the pup comes there often and would even sit near the monks quietly when they are praying. How sweet is that !

    • This Temple is small, needed volunteers, capital improvement. Please help at your convenience times. Appreciate.

    • I have never been to this temple until my little brother passed away recently. This temple is hidden behind a run-down shopping strip near Bellaire and Cook. Fair warning: the place isn't as clean as most Vietnamese temples. However, this temple has a very sweet Head Monk, delicious vegetarian food, and post-funeral services at an affordable price.

      Since this temple is not as well known, it doesn't get a lot of donations to enable lavish renovation or daily maintenance. With the limited amount of staffs and volunteers, I think this temple deserves some kudos for still standing. Swing by and show this temple some love!!!

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    Chua Linh Son .North Houston, Texas 🇺🇸🙏🙏🙏.March/2019.

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    Yesterday, when you went to the salon, she began her story, blushing, your Cyril came almost immediately. I suggested that he wait for you in the kitchen and have some tea. Well, then, as usual, I decided to play a little with him. You know I like to tease men. Out of my clothes, I was wearing only this favorite, short silk robe, well, I twisted my booty in front of him until I was on the table.



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