Because we are imperfect sentient beings, it is unexpected for us to be delivered by Amitabha without any conditions. So, we should be joyful and thankful on one side, and regretful on the other. Because of repentance, we have a softened and forgiving mind. - Master Huijing
Tuesday 25 June 2019 (HKT)

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Buddhistdoor View: Hong Kong’s Turmoil – Spiritual Witnessing to Borrowed Time

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At the Center of It All: Taishakuten Iconography

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The immutable protector and chief of the Guardian Kings
Scaling Intelligence in an AI-dominated Future

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Buddhist music as a method of healing
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Buddhistdoor View: The Climate Crisis and Our Collective Need to Wake Up

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Toward a Thai Feminist Movement: Ouyporn Khuankaew

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Imagery and Iconography
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Uploaded 20 Jun 2019
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Uploaded 19 Jun 2019
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