As you learn to love more and more widely, your love will motivate you to act to benefit not just the few people in your inner circle, but your whole society, and eventually, the whole world. - His Holiness The Karmapa
Thursday 23 January 2020 (HKT)

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The Tibetan Suitcase: A Global Novel from a Tibetan Perspective

The Tibetan Suitcase: A Global Novel from a Tibetan Perspective

Raymond Lam
A unique novel about contemporary Tibetan identity in India
Pure Land Teaching and the Pure Land School

Pure Land Teaching and the Pure Land School

Alan Kwan
The relationship between tradition and transmission
The Mystical Image of Sarasvati in Buryatia

The Mystical Image of Sarasvati in Buryatia

Lyudmila Klasanova
Buddhists flock to honor manifestation of Yangchenma
Buddhistdoor View: Global Tensions, Thoughtfulness, and Being Like a Log

Buddhistdoor View: Global Tensions, Thoughtfulness, and Being Like a Log

Buddhistdoor Global
How rash decision-making is imperiling the world
From Vesak to Solstice: Connecting Through Festival

From Vesak to Solstice: Connecting Through Festival

Shaelyn McHugh
How festivals bring us together, unite generations, and preserve cultures
Science and the Rainbow Body, Part 5: Coming Together

Science and the Rainbow Body, Part 5: Coming Together

Asa Hershoff
Uniting polarities in tantric practice
Reflections on Time and Space: The LED Installations of Tatsuo Miyajima

Reflections on Time and Space: The LED Installations of Tatsuo Miyajima

Meher McArthur
Expressing change, interconnectivity, and the infinite
Ten Simple Ways to Cultivate Joy and Health this Decade

Ten Simple Ways to Cultivate Joy and Health this Decade

Sarah C. Beasley
Practical wisdom for these times
Concerning Mindfulness

Concerning Mindfulness

David Dale Holmes
The mechanics of mindfulness
Dance in the Reality You Have

Dance in the Reality You Have

Joseph Houseal
Reflecting and expressing authenticity
Buddhistdoor View: Media Bias and the Ongoing Effort to See Clearly

Buddhistdoor View: Media Bias and the Ongoing Effort to See Clearly

Buddhistdoor Global
An ethical emphasis for news and media
Reflecting on the Lotus Flowers of 2019

Reflecting on the Lotus Flowers of 2019

Nina Müller
Using the lens of Buddhism to find examples of the lotus emerging from the mud

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22 Jan 2020
Khandro Tashi Chotso recognized as incarnation of Khandro Kunzang Chodron
21 Jan 2020
Conference compliments ongoing exhibition on Buddhist written culture
20 Jan 2020
Cites dismay over news that Sakyong Mipham may return to teaching
17 Jan 2020
Traditional ritual poses a threat to centuries-old heritage sites
16 Jan 2020
Family members make offering as a gesture of unity between Buddhists and Christians

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Teachings of Amitabha
By Alan Kwan
Uploaded 21 Jan 2020
Everyday Compassion
By Shaelyn McHugh
Uploaded 17 Jan 2020
The Five Wisdoms
By Asa Hershoff
Uploaded 16 Jan 2020
Buddhist Art
By Meher McArthur
Uploaded 15 Jan 2020
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