"Be wise. Treat yourself, your mind, sympathetically, with loving kindness. If you are gentle with yourself, you will become gentle with others." - Lama Yeshe
Wednesday 25 May 2016 (HKT)

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Preserving Bhutan’s Cultural Heritage: An Interview with Princess Ashi Kesang Choden T. Wangchuck

Preserving Bhutan’s Cultural Heritage: An Interview with Princess Ashi Kesang Choden T. Wangchuck

Buddhistdoor
Conservation as a bridge between the past and the future
Spirituality as the Transformation of Daily Life: Living Buddhism in 21st Century Japan

Spirituality as the Transformation of Daily Life: Living Buddhism in 21st Century Japan

Gereon Kopf
The changing face of Japanese Buddhism
A Garland of Views: A Guide to View, Meditation, and Result in the Nine Vehicles – Book Review

A Garland of Views: A Guide to View, Meditation, and Result in the Nine Vehicles – Book Review

Ken Aronds
A seminal work on the nine yanas
Tensions Between Literary Creation and Buddhist Practice—Ramya Jirasinghe Talks about Poetry, Dharma, and Why She Writes

Tensions Between Literary Creation and Buddhist Practice—Ramya Jirasinghe Talks about Poetry, Dharma, and Why She Writes

Raymond Lam
Giving voice to the poetry of the Dharma
Wonder: The Heart of Renunciation

Wonder: The Heart of Renunciation

Sister Ocean
Stripping away distractions to rediscover wonder
Pure Faith: The Broader and Deeper Meaning of Faith in Buddhism

Pure Faith: The Broader and Deeper Meaning of Faith in Buddhism

Alan Kwan
Exploring a unique feature of Pure Land Buddhism
The Wheel of Mental Balance

The Wheel of Mental Balance

Diego Hangartner
Taking mindfulness further . . .
Taking Refuge: Kaira Jewel Lingo

Taking Refuge: Kaira Jewel Lingo

Caitlin Dwyer
The search for community as a monastic and as a layperson
Buddhistdoor View—How the Zeitgeist of Greed and Materialism is Destroying our Ecology and the World

Buddhistdoor View—How the Zeitgeist of Greed and Materialism is Destroying our Ecology and the World

Buddhistdoor
Forging a new, sustainable paradigm
From the Gobi to the Getty: Buddhist Art from Dunhuang on View in Los Angeles

From the Gobi to the Getty: Buddhist Art from Dunhuang on View in Los Angeles

Meher McArthur
Remarkable Buddhist artistic heritage from the Silk Road

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25 May 2016
Indian Museum's extensive collection of art and antiquities to be available free online
24 May 2016
Collaborative project to introduce cutting-edge technology to excavations
23 May 2016
Visit includes dates in Geneva, Zurich, and Paris
20 May 2016
Unique artifacts from Korea's Buddhist history

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Mindful Living
By Sister Ocean
Uploaded 20 May 2016
Teachings of Amitabha
By Alan Kwan
Uploaded 13 May 2016
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