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2021-12-07 12:10


 The Temple is open to visitors subject to the following:  

The Temple grounds (including the picnic tables) are open daily between 9:00am and 6:00pm.  

Hand cleaning, temperature checking, social distancing, and face masks must be observed at all times.

 Drive Through Sunday Market

Drive-Through Sunday Market Procedure:  The following apply to the Drive-Through Sunday Market:    A volunteer will come to your car and take your order.  The volunteer will accept your payment and return with your food. Follow the signs to drive to each different food item.  All donations support the Temple.  The dining tables by the Palm river are open so you can enjoy the great Thai food while enjoying the view from the picnic tables.

The following items are available at the "Drive Through Sunday Market:

  • Beef Noodle Soup:  Regular Noodle or Angle Hair
  • Pork Noodle Soup: Regular Noodle or Angle Hair
  • Vegtable Noodle Soup:  Regular Noodle or Angle Hair
  • Pad Thai
  • Fresh Roll Shrimp
  • Fresh Roll - Chicken
  • Fresh Roll - Vegtable
  • Empanadas
  • Crab Rangoon
  • Ice Thai - Tea
  • Ice Thai - Cofee
  • Water & Soda
  • We apologize for the inconvience.  For more information:  (813) 621-1669 or Facebook - Wat Mongkolratanaram of Florida.

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Find a quiet and comfortable place to sit - on a chair or the floor.  Sit comfortably, close your eyes, and breathe naturally.  Focus on your breathe - slowly inhaling and exhaling.  Let your mind follow the breath into the lungs and out.  When your mind wanders (and it will) simply refocus on your breathe - inhale, hold for short time, and exhale.

Follow these steps whenever the "bad news" of the moment starts to overwhelm you.

Please click on the Meditation Explained link in the right column for more information.



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