"Death is certain. If you wait for the moment of death to begin your practice, it will be too late." - Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
Saturday 23 July 2016 (HKT)

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Buddhistdoor View—Learning From Race Issues in The United States

Buddhistdoor View—Learning From Race Issues in The United States

Buddhistdoor
How can we create societies free from racial tensions?
A Tribute to Kyabje Trulshik Rinpoche

A Tribute to Kyabje Trulshik Rinpoche

Ani Jinba Palmo
Celebrating the achievements of one of Vajryayana Buddhism's great teachers
Building Bridges Between the United States and Nepal, the Story of a Divine Collaboration

Building Bridges Between the United States and Nepal, the Story of a Divine Collaboration

Harsha Menon
The establishment of a female monastic community in Kathmandu
What is Attained through Amitabha-Recitation?

What is Attained through Amitabha-Recitation?

Alan Kwan
Understanding the independent action of Amitabha’s name
Questions about Death

Questions about Death

Summer Adams
Learning from how children grieve over loss
Fine-tuning Your Practice - Wise Effort

Fine-tuning Your Practice - Wise Effort

Sister Ocean
How right effort can make a huge difference in practice
Buddhism and Ireland: From the Celts to the Counter-Culture and Beyond - Book Review

Buddhism and Ireland: From the Celts to the Counter-Culture and Beyond – Book Review

Raymond Lam
Laurence Cox charts the involvement of Irishmen and women in Buddhism

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22 Jul 2016
Ven. Buntenh leads the charge against illegal logging
20 Jul 2016
Bronze relics offer scholars an insight into the scale of the long-lost pagoda
19 Jul 2016
Exhibition coincides with academic conference about the cult of Mount Wutai
19 Jul 2016
India's seven-year bid finally bears fruit

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Teachings of Amitabha
By Alan Kwan
Uploaded 22 Jul 2016
Buddhist Parenting
By Summer Adams
Uploaded 15 Jul 2016
Mindful Living
By Sister Ocean
Uploaded 15 Jul 2016
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