We should tend to think positively in all matters, because what we think will produce its respective outcome. So, however we think, act, speak, and behave, the retributive effect will eventually return to us. - Master Huijing
Tuesday 21 May 2019 (HKT)

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Benefits Endowed by Amitabha to Pure Land aspirants of the 18th and 19th Vows

Benefits Endowed by Amitabha to Pure Land aspirants of the 18th and 19th Vows

Alan Kwan
Amitabha’s assured deliverance
Woodenfish Foundation Explores the Future of Buddhism and Science

Woodenfish Foundation Explores the Future of Buddhism and Science

Nina Müller
Conference in Seattle is the third in a series and the first to be held outside of China
Buddhistdoor View: Beyond Competition and Toward Cultivation

Buddhistdoor View: Beyond Competition and Toward Cultivation

Buddhistdoor Global
Looking to Ignatian pedagogy as a guide in modern education
The King of the West: Kōmokuten Iconography

The King of the West: Kōmokuten Iconography

Michael Van Hartingsveldt
Punisher of evil, encouraging those aspiring to enlightenment
Buddhist Statuary from the Jeweled Isle

Buddhist Statuary from the Jeweled Isle

Meher McArthur
A view of Sri Lanka's spectacular Buddhist art
Global Chinese Buddhism: The Interconnected Visions of Ven. Yifa

Global Chinese Buddhism: The Interconnected Visions of Ven. Yifa

Raymond Lam
Sharing the rich traditions of Chinese Buddhism
Truth and Consequences: Capitalism, Climate Change, and the World We Created

Truth and Consequences: Capitalism, Climate Change, and the World We Created

V. R. Sasson
Responding to our new reality
The Chan (Zen) Connection between China and Tibet: A Conversation with Sam van Schaik

The Chan (Zen) Connection between China and Tibet: A Conversation with Sam van Schaik

Raymond Lam
Shedding light on early Tibetan Buddhist history and practice
Guidelines for Authentic Mindful Technology

Guidelines for Authentic Mindful Technology

Paola Di Maio
Using the Noble Eightfold Path to avoid "McMindfulness"
The Birth of an American Form of Buddhism: The Japanese-American Buddhist Experience in World War II

The Birth of an American Form of Buddhism: The Japanese-American Buddhist Experience in World War II

Justin Whitaker
The evolution of Japanese Buddhism in America
Northeasterly Winds and Balanced Effort

Northeasterly Winds and Balanced Effort

Ratnadevi
On being open and adapting to the ever-changing present
El Alma Mexicana en Arte & Cultura

El Alma Mexicana en Arte & Cultura

Sarah C. Beasley
Exploring expressions of the feminine in Mexican art and culture

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Teachings of Amitabha
By Alan Kwan
Uploaded 21 May 2019
Imagery and Iconography
By Michael Van Hartingsveldt
Uploaded 17 May 2019
Buddhist Art
By Meher McArthur
Uploaded 16 May 2019
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By Anam Thubten Rinpoche
Uploaded 15 May 2019
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