Our own suffering, if we turn toward it, can open us to a loving relationship with the world.
Sunday 1 November 2020 (HKT)
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Talking about a Revolution: Victoria Knobloch on Manifesting Change in a Changing World
Craig LewisAll change begins here
Does Artificial Intelligence have Buddha-nature?
Gereon KopfIf a bodhisattva can come in all forms, why not as a robot?
How Many Kinds of Living Beings Are There in the Land of Bliss?
Alan KwanThe presence of diverse beings in the Pure Land
The Path of the First Acharya in Russia: An Interview with Bem Mitruev, Part 2
Lyudmila KlasanovaBuddhist education and the sacralization of the Kalmyk language
Fo Guang Shan’s Never-ending Work in Chile
María Elvira RíosOn 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
Raymond LamCaring for a scripture like a patient in conservation
Beginner’s Mind: Reflections on Buddhist Economics and My Buddha-nature
Fernanda GonzalezFirst steps on the path
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