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"I never see what has been done; I only see what remains to be done."
I came across this in my search for interesting material for the Buddha’s Face blog – it’s a board game for Buddhists or just people who like board games.The board game came out in 2006 and has been very well reviewed by the media and players.
It’s a board game developed by Emily Rogers of Sarasvati Arts and she spend four years developing the art and game play. Have to say I haven’t played it but it looks like a great and fun way to discover more about yourself and your journey through life according to Buddhist principles.
Of course the wheel is a Buddhist symbol and in the immediate aftermath of the Buddha’s death was often used to represent him (as he had preached about not making statues or representations of him as a bulwark against idolatry).
It costs a very reasonable £30 given the quality of the artwork and presentation and is available mail order from the Buddha Wheel website.