Because we always use a scale and depend on it so much, we think the scale really exists. But it doesn’t exist. If it did, it would exist with things. Using a scale you can analyze one reality into entities, big and small, but as soon as we conceptualize something it is already a dead experience. - Shunryu Suzuki
Sunday 16 June 2019 (HKT)

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Ten Years of Empowering Female Monastics: Bhutan Nuns Foundation Extends Reach with New Training Center

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Buddhistdoor View: The Climate Crisis and Our Collective Need to Wake Up

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Toward a Thai Feminist Movement: Ouyporn Khuankaew

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Buddhist compassion for suffering animals
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Sri Lanka International Buddhist Academy: A Visionary Institution for a Traditional Buddhist Land

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Norman Fischer: Engaging our Moral Imagination in a Rapidly Changing World

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The Missing Self in Buddhism and Psychology

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The Ten Powers of the Tathāgata

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Women in Buddhism
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