The commitment to morality, or non-harming, is a source of tremendous strength, because it helps free the mind from the remorse of having done unwholesome actions. Freedom from remorse leads to happiness. Happiness leads to concentration. Concentration brings wisdom. And wisdom is the source of peace and freedom in our lives. - Joseph Goldstein
Sunday 20 May 2018 (HKT)

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Buddhistdoor View: How Bad Faith and Dissembling Threaten Prospects for Peace

Buddhistdoor View: How Bad Faith and Dissembling Threaten Prospects for Peace

Buddhistdoor
On truthfulness, Right Speech, and peace between nations
Right Mindfulness in Systems Design

Right Mindfulness in Systems Design

Paola Di Maio
What technology developers and system engineers can learn from mindfulness
Sustainable Investing: Taking a Buddhist Approach to Business

Sustainable Investing: Taking a Buddhist Approach to Business

Tsering Namgyal
Corporate responsibility in an interconnected world
Changing Mindsets: Tashi Zangmo and the Bhutan Nuns Foundation

Changing Mindsets: Tashi Zangmo and the Bhutan Nuns Foundation

Caitlin Dwyer
Empowering female monastics in Bhutan
Monastic Robes And Tattoos

Monastic Robes And Tattoos

Vanessa Sasson
How appearances can matter, at least to others
Highlights of Buddhist Art at the Norton Simon Museum

Highlights of Buddhist Art at the Norton Simon Museum

Meher McArthur
Discovering remarkable examples of Buddhist iconography beyond the giants of Western art
Summoning the Goddess: Marijke Klokke Tracks Mahapratisara’s Journey Along the Maritime Silk Road

Summoning the Goddess: Marijke Klokke Tracks Mahapratisara’s Journey Along the Maritime Silk Road

Raymond Lam
Dutch scholar explores the lore of a powerful Buddhist goddess
Lost in Translation

Lost in Translation

Anam Thubten Rinpoche
Rendering scriptures for the future of the Buddhadharma
The Propagation of Fudō Iconography in Japan

The Propagation of Fudō Iconography in Japan

Michael Van Hartingsveldt
The wrathful manifestation of Vairocana in Esoteric Buddhism
The Four Sublime Brahma-viharas

The Four Sublime Brahma-viharas

David Dale Holmes
Meditative development of the sublime states as a basis for liberating insight
Harmonic Presence: Qualities of Silence, Listening, and Sound with David Hykes

Harmonic Presence: Qualities of Silence, Listening, and Sound with David Hykes

Sarah C. Beasley
Subtle explorations of music, form, and awareness

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18 May 2018
Thai Temple older than the Republic of Singapore
17 May 2018
Forum held under the theme “Understanding the World”
16 May 2018
Sino-Japanese harmony at forefront of inter-school dialogue
15 May 2018
Longquan Monastery plans new generation of monastic droid
14 May 2018
Sculpture part of the collection of the temple Hokke-ji in Nara, Japan

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Mindful Technology
By Paola Di Maio
Uploaded 18 May 2018
Women in Buddhism
By Caitlin Dwyer
Uploaded 16 May 2018
Academic Reflections
By Vanessa Sasson
Uploaded 15 May 2018
Buddhist Art
By Meher McArthur
Uploaded 14 May 2018
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