Determining who we are or how we are doing in life by comparing ourselves to others will never give us a stable or reliable measure of our well-being, because comparative judgments always shift based on who we are comparing ourselves to. We do not need to live our lives measuring ourselves against external standards set for us by others. - His Holiness The Karmapa
Friday 6 December 2019 (HKT)

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Uniting Polarities of Life and Mind

Uniting Polarities of Life and Mind

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Duality and union in tantric practice
Maithuna: Reflections on the Sacred Tantric Union of Masculine and Feminine

Maithuna: Reflections on the Sacred Tantric Union of Masculine and Feminine

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Wisdom and bliss on the spiritual path
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Visions of Spiritual Ecology: Diane Barker’s Photography of Tibetan Nomadic Life in China

Raymond Lam
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The Hungry Should Eat: JTS Brings Buddhist Compassion and Relief to India

Craig Lewis
Engaged Buddhism for impoverished Dalit communities
The Two Bright Guardians of the World

The Two Bright Guardians of the World

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Key virtues for securing lasting happiness
What I’ve Learned about Surrendering to Love with Courage and Authenticity

What I’ve Learned about Surrendering to Love with Courage and Authenticity

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Living without illusions
The Buddha’s Dilemma: Introducing Amitabha’s Teaching of Deliverance Through His Name

The Buddha’s Dilemma: Introducing Amitabha’s Teaching of Deliverance Through His Name

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Making sense of the different teachings of the Buddha
Nicholas Roerich: Master of the Himalaya

Nicholas Roerich: Master of the Himalaya

Lyudmila Klasanova
The inestimable influence of a great Russian artist, scholar, and writer
Buddhistdoor View: Young and Old Are in This Together

Buddhistdoor View: Young and Old Are in This Together

Buddhistdoor Global
Across the divide, generations can come together to face our greatest challenges
Self-driving Cars and an Age-old Buddhist Moral Dilemma

Self-driving Cars and an Age-old Buddhist Moral Dilemma

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Emotional cultivation in a technological world

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5 Dec 2019
All monastics and residents have been safely evacuated
4 Dec 2019
Great great grandson of army commander expresses contrition for slaughter
3 Dec 2019
According to followers, Thay is well and recovering in Thailand
2 Dec 2019
Retreating glaciers, declining snowfall point to grim outlook
29 Nov 2019
Pipeline would only add to the growing climate crisis, according to protesters

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Living Metta
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Mindful Capital
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