Make friends but don't expect any benefit for yourself. Friendship only for oneself harms trust. So an ancient once said, "Have an enduring friendship with purity in heart." - Kyong Ho
Monday 26 October 2020 (HKT)

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The Path of the First Acharya in Russia: An Interview with Bem Mitruev, Part 2

The Path of the First Acharya in Russia: An Interview with Bem Mitruev, Part 2

Lyudmila Klasanova
Buddhist education and the sacralization of the Kalmyk language
Pandemics and Inner Peace

Pandemics and Inner Peace

Sensei Alex Kakuyo
Finding peace in our circumstances through letting go
Fo Guang Shan’s Never-ending Work in Chile

Fo Guang Shan’s Never-ending Work in Chile

María Elvira Ríos
On Chinese migration and the beginnings of Buddhism in South America
The British Library's Unlocking Buddhist Written Heritage Lectures: Mélodie Doumy and Marie Kaladgew on the Anatomy of a Lotus Sutra Scroll

The British Library's Unlocking Buddhist Written Heritage Lectures: Mélodie Doumy and Marie Kaladgew on the Anatomy of a Lotus Sutra Scroll

Raymond Lam
Caring for a scripture like a patient in conservation
Beginner’s Mind: Reflections on Buddhist Economics and My Buddha-nature

Beginner’s Mind: Reflections on Buddhist Economics and My Buddha-nature

Fernanda Gonzalez
First steps on the path
Buddhistdoor View: Cultivating Charity – Lessons for Buddhists From Christianity

Buddhistdoor View: Cultivating Charity – Lessons for Buddhists From Christianity

Buddhistdoor Global
Tapping into the emotional roots of gratitude to foster giving
The Butterfly and the Rhinoceros

The Butterfly and the Rhinoceros

V. R. Sasson
Meditations on solitude and COVID-aloneness
System Change, Not Climate Change

System Change, Not Climate Change

Satya Robyn
Rebelling against a way of life that is destroying the planet
The Buddha Was Just Here

The Buddha Was Just Here

Anam Thubten Rinpoche
Remembering a modern-day Buddhist master
The Healing Power of Nature and the Elements

The Healing Power of Nature and the Elements

Sarah C. Beasley
Reconnecting with our inner sanity
At the Dog Park: Rejoicing in our Common Roots of Good and Evil

At the Dog Park: Rejoicing in our Common Roots of Good and Evil

Nina Müller
Recognizing the need for community even when we crave solitude

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23 Oct 2020
Engaged Buddhists reach out to grassroots communities in need
22 Oct 2020
Converts seek freedom from historical inequalities
21 Oct 2020
Renowned Buddhist monk brings relief supplies and prayers for peace
20 Oct 2020
Buddhist community reaching out to those in need amid pandemic
19 Oct 2020
Revered teacher to talk about “Life, Love, Success, and Happiness”

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Bodhisattva 4.0
By John Harvey Negru
Uploaded 23 Oct 2020
The Ordinary Buddhist
By Sensei Alex Kakuyo
Uploaded 22 Oct 2020
Academic Reflections
By V. R. Sasson
Uploaded 16 Oct 2020
Dear Earth
By Satya Robyn
Uploaded 15 Oct 2020
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