Buddha Doodles: Surrender What’s out of Your Control. ~ Molly Hahn

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on Mar 31, 2013
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Below are whimsically illustrated reminders of the inherent happiness and wisdom that we carry with us at all times. As a spunky cartoonist with a knack for spirituality, this is my way of being of service to the world on a daily basis.






MollyMolly Hahn is the creator of Buddha Doodles, whimsically illustrated reminders of the inherent happiness and wisdom that we carry with us at all times. A spunky cartoonist with an appreciation for spirituality, this is her way of serving the world on a daily basis.

In 2009, Molly founded Mollycules, a children’s book and illustration company, and has published three titles: All the Things I Can Do!, Izzy’s Ukulele Adventure (downloaded more than 75,000 times from iBookstore), and Under the Sneep Tree: The Wamboozling of A Village. She is a self-taught artist.

Molly lived with post-traumatic stress disorder brought on by severe and chronic childhood abuse. After more than 10 years spent working toward healing, Molly now is free from most of the PTSD symptoms that used to make her day-to-day life exceptionally challenging. Key to her inner-transformation was drawing, writing, and therapy. Her infectious enthusiasm and humor transcends her books, comics, and videos. When she isn’t at the drawing table or hand-painting cards for her fans, Molly is cooking healthy plant-based meals with her sweetheart, doing yoga, dancing, hiking, or eating kale with her guinea pig. She remains dedicated to inspiring other people to lead a better life.



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Ed: Brianna Bemel


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