When you have achieved a state of calmness and readiness, then you are ready to know, ready to understand in a deep way the dance between emptiness and appearance. Once you catch a glimpse of that dance, don’t hang on to it. Just let it go, like your first glimpse of love. - Tsokyni Rinpoche
Monday 20 August 2018 (HKT)

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Who Is the Buddha?

Who Is the Buddha?

Gereon Kopf
Mythology and history in the Buddhadharma
Buddhistdoor View: Abuse Allegations and the Buddhist Dispensation

Buddhistdoor View: Abuse Allegations and the Buddhist Dispensation

Buddhistdoor Global
Taking abuse allegations seriously for the sake of the sangha and the Buddhist dispensation
Bringing the Dharma to the Dismal Science: The Buddhist Economics of Prof. Clair Brown

Bringing the Dharma to the Dismal Science: The Buddhist Economics of Prof. Clair Brown

Craig Lewis
A vision of sustainable development founded on compassion and wisdom
Literature as a Way of Living, Part Two

Literature as a Way of Living, Part Two

Seth Shugar
On practicing the spiritual exercises we find in literature
Shigaraki Ware: A Ceramic Tradition Shaped by Hands and Buddhism

Shigaraki Ware: A Ceramic Tradition Shaped by Hands and Buddhism

Meher McArthur
Expressions of austerity, spontaneity, and simplicity
Resiliency: Releasing Trauma through Embodied Art

Resiliency: Releasing Trauma through Embodied Art

Sarah C. Beasley
Works on paper by Fiorenza Menini after the Nice truck attack on Bastille Day 2016
Tangut Twilight: Living Buddhism in the City of Ghosts

Tangut Twilight: Living Buddhism in the City of Ghosts

Raymond Lam
The mystical, haunting legacy of the Tanguts' Western Xia (Xi Xia) empire
Pascale Engelmajer: Mothering as a Radical Way of Viewing Buddhism

Pascale Engelmajer: Mothering as a Radical Way of Viewing Buddhism

Justin Whitaker
Identifying and challenging gender bias in Buddhist practice
Anicca Vata Sankhara: Concerning Conditioned Phenomena

Anicca Vata Sankhara: Concerning Conditioned Phenomena

David Dale Holmes
On impermanence and the process of becoming and ceasing
Taming the Metta Monsters: Sumi Loundon Kim’s Buddhist Curriculum for Families

Taming the Metta Monsters: Sumi Loundon Kim’s Buddhist Curriculum for Families

Caitlin Dwyer
A practical approach to a family-centered Dharma practice

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17 Aug 2018
Teaching ecological awareness and sustainability
16 Aug 2018
Buddhist Association of China accepts Ven. Xuecheng’s resignation as president
15 Aug 2018
Some 500 disciples join retreat; 300 take refuge
14 Aug 2018
Venerable Seoljeong intent on remaining in office until year-end
13 Aug 2018
His Holiness urges change for the sake of the world and sentient beings

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Buddhism in Japan
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Creativity and Contemplation
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Western Dharma
By Justin Whitaker
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