There is a sort of grace in gestures, movements, sounds and colors which animate the mornings in Buddhist Monasteries for young monks in Laos. Every day young men wake up very early. They pray, they wash themselves, they wear their traditional dress which have been hung out  to the sun to let it paint them with its orange rays. After  their frugal meal, they clean up meticulously their home, then, they  are ready to go to school and do their duty. In silence they know what to do. They already know the simple rules of the Monastery while the warm color of the sun, from their robe with all various shades to the most little details, seems to accompany every moment of this tender wake up.