Awareness is like a thread that runs through every experience we have. Our thoughts and emotions are constantly changing. Our reactions and perceptions come and go. Yet despite these changes, awareness is always present. - Mingyur Rinpoche
Wednesday 27 May 2020 (HKT)

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Differences Between the Sui-Tang and Song-Ming Pure Land Teachings

Differences Between the Sui-Tang and Song-Ming Pure Land Teachings

Alan Kwan
Dynastic divergences in Pure Land Buddhism
Awakening the Buddha Within: The Inspiring Journey of an Indian Buddhist Couple, Part 2

Awakening the Buddha Within: The Inspiring Journey of an Indian Buddhist Couple, Part 2

Lyudmila Klasanova
The development and decline of Mahayana Buddhism in South India
Buddhistdoor View: The Astonishing and Fleeting Opportunity of This Moment

Buddhistdoor View: The Astonishing and Fleeting Opportunity of This Moment

Buddhistdoor Global
In a world of upheaval, our moral intuitions must be engaged
The Zen of Temples

The Zen of Temples

Gereon Kopf
A history of temple buildings in Japan
From Thailand to California: The Buddhist Abbot Who Followed his Dreams

From Thailand to California: The Buddhist Abbot Who Followed his Dreams

Shaelyn McHugh
A blending of cultures and practices on the winding path of life
The Buddha’s Discourse on Social Distancing

The Buddha’s Discourse on Social Distancing

Justin Whitaker
Taking this time alone as an opportunity for growth
On Dharma, Ethics, and Evolution

On Dharma, Ethics, and Evolution

Paola Di Maio
Why the Buddhist teachings are needed in the modern scientific age
Buddhism and Nature, and the Relationship with Human Suffering

Buddhism and Nature, and the Relationship with Human Suffering

David Dale Holmes
On interconnection and causality
Dance and Museums, Celebrating Core of Culture at 20

Dance and Museums, Celebrating Core of Culture at 20

Joseph Houseal
Tracing Intangible world heritage and ancient dance traditions
Gendun Chophel (1903–51): Tibet’s Maverick Scholar and Poet

Gendun Chophel (1903–51): Tibet’s Maverick Scholar and Poet

Tsering Namgyal
Counting the ripples of a celebrated intellectual legacy
Book Review: Mindfulness: Where it Comes From and What it Means

Book Review: Mindfulness: Where it Comes From and What it Means

Raymond Lam
Part of Shambhala's Buddhist Foundations series

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Recent COVID-19 cluster prompts renewed caution amid Buddhist celebrations
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Sentencing concludes three years of controversy within the kingdom’s religious office
20 May 2020
Global crisis highlights the impact of environmental damage

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Teachings of Amitabha
By Alan Kwan
Uploaded 26 May 2020
Buddhism in Japan
By Gereon Kopf
Uploaded 22 May 2020
Everyday Compassion
By Shaelyn McHugh
Uploaded 21 May 2020
Western Dharma
By Justin Whitaker
Uploaded 20 May 2020
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