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Thoughts on the Global Hindu-Buddhist Initiative in Delhi, 3–4 September 2015
Raymond Lam reflects on Modi's Buddhist diplomacy
Uploaded 11 Sep 2015
The Future of Buddhism in India: An Interview with Dr. Ravindra Panth
“Buddhism never went extinct in India,” declares the Director of Nava Nalanda Mahavihara a Pali institute in Bihar. Dr. R. Panth is referring to one of the darkest periods of Indian Buddhist history:
Uploaded 3 Jun 2014
Buddhist Perspective on Ecological Crisis and Individual Social Responsibility
 Editor's note: This article was first published in the now-retired Bodhi Journal, Issue 10, December 2008.   Prologue The term ecology dates back to 19th century, introd
Uploaded 26 Apr 2013
A Buddhist Perspective on Ecological Crisis and Individual Social Responsibility
Editor's note: This article was previously published in the 10th issue of the now retired Bodhi Journal in December 2008. It has been republished with some minor formatting changes. Abbreviations A –
Uploaded 7 Feb 2013
A New Turning: Women and Buddhism at the Global Buddhist Congregation
There is a slightly muted, elegantly understated, force moving and shaking the entire 2500 year-old institution of Buddhism. That force is the collective, gentle but authoritative, chorus of women,
Uploaded 21 Dec 2011
Buddha loves Gaia: Mahayana Reflections on the global ecological crisis
Buddhism is a religion that respects and cares for the Earth. As they walk by the Buddha’s side, disciples do not forget that Mother Nature, or Gaia, is also suffering in samsara. To practice ecologic
Uploaded 1 Sep 2011
Thoughts on the Word “dukkha/duḥkha” (Suffering?)
What does suffering really mean?
Uploaded 1 Jun 2011
Ignore Self-entity: Cultivate the Mind
Abstract   Buddhism is the only world religion which does not recognize nor non-recognize the presence of any soul or self-entity. Whether a soul or a self-entity is present or absent was never an
Uploaded 19 Feb 2010
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