When we fall on the ground it hurts us, but we also need to rely on the ground to get back up. - Kathleen McDonald
Monday 23 January 2017 (HKT)

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The Buddhist Stance on Theravada Women’s Issues: A Conversation on Gender Equality and Ethics with Ajahn Brahmali

The Buddhist Stance on Theravada Women’s Issues: A Conversation on Gender Equality and Ethics with Ajahn Brahmali

Raymond Lam
Witnessing the revival of the bhikkhuni order
Spiritual Bypassing and the Dangers of Unresolved Emotional Wounds

Spiritual Bypassing and the Dangers of Unresolved Emotional Wounds

Tilly Campbell-Allen
Building a spiritual practice on a solid foundation
Wong Metta — A Credit Union under the Buddha’s Gaze

Wong Metta — A Credit Union under the Buddha’s Gaze

Shuyin
Transforming lives in rural Myanmar
Venerable Dr. Bhikkhu Praghyalok — 40 Years of Buddhist Service

Venerable Dr. Bhikkhu Praghyalok — 40 Years of Buddhist Service

Harsha Menon
A remarkable legacy of the living Dharma
The Rise of Artificial Intelligence and What it Means for Our Jobs

The Rise of Artificial Intelligence and What it Means for Our Jobs

Ernest Chi-Hin Ng
Will the advent of AI change society as we know it?
Buddhistdoor View: Mahayana Buddhism’s Unique Place in History and Chinese Civilization

Buddhistdoor View: Mahayana Buddhism’s Unique Place in History and Chinese Civilization

Buddhistdoor
Tracing the course of Buddhist destiny
A Manifestation of Profound Wisdom and Compassion—Remembering Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

A Manifestation of Profound Wisdom and Compassion—Remembering Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

Changling Rinpoche
A memorial to one of the greatest teachers of the 20th century
A Student Death

A Student Death

Vanessa Sasson
Love, loss, and letting go
The Contemporary Newar Art Movement of the Kathmandu Valley

The Contemporary Newar Art Movement of the Kathmandu Valley

Robert Beer
The renaissance of Buddhist art in Nepal
Master Shandao’s Exegesis of the Sincere Mind, Part Three

Master Shandao’s Exegesis of the Sincere Mind, Part Three

Alan Kwan
How can practitioners receive Amitabha Buddha's real merits and virtues?

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23 Jan 2017
Priceless sculpture believed to date to 6th–7th century
20 Jan 2017
Members flocking to the first Buddhist frat in the US
19 Jan 2017
Expulsion of monastic residents suspended
18 Jan 2017
Rising temperatures lead to rapid decline in Arctic ice
17 Jan 2017
Statue believed to date to the Ming dynasty

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Dakini As Art
By Tilly Campbell-Allen
Uploaded 20 Jan 2017
Dharma Project of the Month
By Shuyin
Uploaded 20 Jan 2017
Buddhism in America
By Harsha Menon
Uploaded 20 Jan 2017
Mindful Capital
By Ernest Chi-Hin Ng
Uploaded 20 Jan 2017
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