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Right Action in Systems Design
Applying the principles of the six paramitas to systems design
Uploaded 19 Jan 2018
Concerning Right Action and Right Livelihood
Reaching understanding on the path to wisdom
Uploaded 7 Apr 2017
Mindful Technology For Right Livelihood: Foundations and Examples
Enabling sustainable entrepreneurship, promoting ethical values
Uploaded 10 Mar 2017
Baby Steps on the Path of Purity
Introducing a new column on the teachings of Theravada Buddhism
Uploaded 17 Feb 2017
Rainy Day Contemplations on Suffering
Learning from hardship
Uploaded 9 Sep 2016
Painting the Eight Auspicious Symbols for the Dalai Lama, Part 2
The origins and meanings of the Eight Auspicious Symbols
Uploaded 18 Dec 2015
The Path of Joy—The Four Noble Truths in Daily Life: Part Four
Understanding the Fourth Noble Truth: the path that leads to the cessation of dukkha
Uploaded 9 Oct 2015
Adding Buddhism to Business
Twenty years ago, Tsering was a fully ordained monk in Tibet. Now, 40-year-old Tsering is a farmer and businessman in China. When his sister fell gravely ill, Tsering left Ganden monastery (belonging
Uploaded 12 Dec 2014
Can Mindfulness be Practiced Independently of Buddhism?
In February this year, Time magazine included a feature called “The Mindful Revolution” as its cover story, illustrated with an image of a girl meditating peacefully. With the great efforts to researc
Uploaded 14 Nov 2014
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Climate Change is a Profound Moral Concern for Buddhists
Buddhists and the climate change crisis
Uploaded 3 Jul 2014
Buddhist psychology and mental cultivation: The Noble Eightfold Path and the blissful state
1. Introduction Through intellectual, moral and spiritual perfection, the Noble Eightfold path leads to happiness, peace and freedom. It is the path that begins with moral conduct and leads to
Uploaded 11 Jul 2013
Mental cultivation through Theravāda meditation techniques
Editor's note: This feature was first published in the now-retired Bodhi Journal, Issue 7, March 2008.  “Monks, the ending of the fermentations [āsavas] is for one who knows & sees, I tell
Uploaded 19 Apr 2013
The Four Assurances of a Holy Life
Throughout 45 years of his life as the Enlightened One, the Buddha in his every sermon (sutta) focused on only two things namely, suffering (dukkha) and cessation of suffering (dukkha-nirodha). Thus h
Uploaded 1 Aug 2011
Noble Eightfold Path: Ethical Guidelines to Individual and Social Development
Dr. Ramala Sarma is Assistant Professor at the Department of Philosophy of Nowgong College, Nogaon.     Society, from its beginnings to today, has witnessed tremendous changes. History shows us its
Uploaded 9 May 2011
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