An image of the Buddha has gone viral.

It shows a woman sitting on a throne with a cushion in her lap.

The caption reads, “On the occasion of the birth of the Lord Buddha, we pray that the world will be filled with compassion and understanding.

A Buddha who has seen the world has seen everything.”

The image has been shared more than 5,500 times on Facebook and has been viewed more than 13 million times.

It was shared by a woman who has identified herself as Seanna Wyatt.

She told The Daily Mail that she shared the image to promote her book, “The Buddha on the Throne: The Life of a Buddha.”

She told The Mail that her husband had been a teacher in the Buddhist tradition for many years, and that they had been married for almost 30 years.

She said that she was not a Buddhist but felt a connection to the religion, which was what led her to take the picture.

“We have a lot of time together,” she said.

“I’m always mindful that we have more time together than any other couple I know.”

She said that her son, who has autism, has a “lack of awareness” of the religion.

“He doesn’t understand why we have to be a Buddha, and I don’t know what to do with that,” she told The Post.

“I thought it was a beautiful image, a beautiful moment in time for me to share,” Wyatt told the paper.

She said she is “very thankful” for the “peaceful atmosphere” that was created by the image.

“It’s not a prayer, it’s a blessing,” she added.

“If you ask me, I think the Buddha is a lot like the other deities we have in our world. I don