Voices in Humanism

“The roses are in three stages, bud (baby), about to bloom (young) and older; just like our lives. We look at a rose and it reminds us that nothing is forever. We hope that message helps us understand the impermanence of life and to practice letting go. Through this understanding, we come to the Buddhist way of encouraging us to live with the now. The beauty of life is before us, to enjoy today, in this simple rose.”

Nongnuch Inpanbutr, DVM, MS, PhD
Professor, College of Veterinary Medicine
Ohio State University
Photographer and Gardner