The teachings on emptiness point to the notion of possibility: that anything can happen. - His Holiness The Karmapa
Friday 3 April 2020 (HKT)

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Let there Be Loss

Let there Be Loss

V. R. Sasson
Giving ourselves permission to grieve
Heavy Metta: Plan B Share an Ancient Teaching through Rock

Heavy Metta: Plan B Share an Ancient Teaching through Rock

Craig Lewis
Musical activists reach out to modern audiences
Awakening the Buddha Within: The Inspiring Journey of an Indian Buddhist Couple, Part 1

Awakening the Buddha Within: The Inspiring Journey of an Indian Buddhist Couple, Part 1

Lyudmila Klasanova
Living the Way of Bodhi
Buddhistdoor View: Remembering the Basics of Buddhist Practice as we Imagine our Future

Buddhistdoor View: Remembering the Basics of Buddhist Practice as we Imagine our Future

Buddhistdoor Global
Returning to the many lessons of Buddhist history as we forge through a difficult present
Pause and Reflect: Humanity from Illness into Wellness

Pause and Reflect: Humanity from Illness into Wellness

Ernest Chi-Hin Ng
The coronavirus pandemic offers an opportunity to quarantine consumption and empower humanity
Frequencies, the Brain, and Wisdom Traditions

Frequencies, the Brain, and Wisdom Traditions

Paola Di Maio
From mantras to lung, the subtle power of sound
The Critical Importance of Following a School’s Lineage

The Critical Importance of Following a School’s Lineage

Alan Kwan
Following a coherent, systematic, and complete framework
The Man Who Brought Buddhism to Great Britain: Allan Bennett

The Man Who Brought Buddhism to Great Britain: Allan Bennett

Victor M. Parachin
A pioneer of Buddhism in the West
On Prejudice, Vajrayana, and the Perception of “Otherness”

On Prejudice, Vajrayana, and the Perception of “Otherness”

Ngak’chang Rinpoche & Khandro Déchen Introduction by José M. Tirado (‘ö-Zér Jamgön Dorje)
On duality and the fear of “otherness”
Revolution and Counterrevolution in Contemporary India

Revolution and Counterrevolution in Contemporary India

Mayura Choudhari
India’s social turmoil as the culmination of an oppressive ideology
A Buddhist Approach to Interreligious Conflict and Harmony

A Buddhist Approach to Interreligious Conflict and Harmony

Rev. T. Sumiththa Thero
How Buddhism engages with religious differences

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2 Apr 2020
While much of the nation is on lockdown, the monastic daily alms ritual continues
1 Apr 2020
Words of wisdom on accepting change without fear
31 Mar 2020
Nation has yet to suspend funeral ceremonies, although changes are underway
31 Mar 2020
Marginalized communities most at risk during national lockdown
30 Mar 2020
Civil servants to donate a portion of salary to National COVID-19 Response and Relief Fund

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Living Metta
By Mettamorphsis
Uploaded 2 Apr 2020
Academic Reflections
By V. R. Sasson
Uploaded 1 Apr 2020
Mindful Capital
By Ernest Chi-Hin Ng
Uploaded 27 Mar 2020
Mindful Technology
By Paola Di Maio
Uploaded 26 Mar 2020
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