Beings produce wrong perceptions concerning objects of desire. That is why they are caught in desire. Because they do not know what desire really is, they proceed on the path to Death. - Samiddhi Sutta
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The Thousand-Buddha Motif: On the Timelessness of Ancient Art

The Thousand-Buddha Motif: On the Timelessness of Ancient Art

Guoying Stacy Zhang
Profound expressions of connection and transcendence
Beginner’s Mind: Three Watches: A short Story

Beginner’s Mind: Three Watches: A short Story

Andrew Rule
A meditation on time, impermanence, and possibility
Purity, Impurity, and the Five Elements

Purity, Impurity, and the Five Elements

Asa Hershoff
Purification on the spiritual path
Children in Lockdown: The Need for a More Mindful Approach to Education

Children in Lockdown: The Need for a More Mindful Approach to Education

Tilly Campbell-Allen
Giving our children and future generations the education they deserve
Excerpt from Bloom: Buddhist Reflections On Serenity and Love

Excerpt from Bloom: Buddhist Reflections On Serenity And Love

Ajahn Sona
The Buddha teaches that letting go of hostility leads us to something beautiful
A Reflection on the Intellectual and Socio-Cultural History of Buddhism in Myanmar

A Reflection on the Intellectual and Socio-Cultural History of Buddhism in Myanmar

Dipen Barua
Talks on the richness and complexities of Burmese Buddhism
What Helps Us through This? A Collaborative Enquiry

What Helps Us through This? A Collaborative Enquiry

Ratnadevi
How are we learning to survive and flourish in the pandemic?
Does Self-Reward Resulting from Another’s Acts Violate the Law of Karma?

Does Self-Reward Resulting from Another’s Acts Violate the Law of Karma?

Alan Kwan
Why the Pure Land teaching matches with the law of karma
Facing Impermanence: Palyul Center Bulgaria During the Time of Pandemic

Facing Impermanence: Palyul Center Bulgaria During the Time of Pandemic

Lyudmila Klasanova
Lessons in connection and renewal from the pandemic
Buddhistdoor View: Overcoming Our Denial of Responsibility for Climate Change

Buddhistdoor View: Overcoming Our Denial of Responsibility for Climate Change

Buddhistdoor Global
Our home, the Earth, is on fire while we seek diversion in mundane pleasures
Cleaning Our Minds and Seeing the Pure Land

Cleaning Our Minds and Seeing the Pure Land

Sensei Alex Kakuyo
Learning to see the beauty of the world through a clearer mind
To Say Goodbye to Suffering, Learn to Say Hello to Difficult Emotions

To Say Goodbye to Suffering, Learn to Say Hello to Difficult Emotions

Margaret Meloni
Coming face-to-face with grief

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Exploring Chinese Buddhism
By Guoying Stacy Zhang
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The Five Wisdoms
By Asa Hershoff
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Silk Alchemy
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