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Tibetan Book of the Dead, Part Two: The Hour of Our Death
Death, dying, and our place in the cosmos
Uploaded 5 May 2017
Buddhist Art on Paper: The Unique Painting and Calligraphy Collection of Fan Keqin
Expressions of spirituality in the traditional Chinese art forms of painting and calligraphy
Uploaded 28 Apr 2017
The Bodhi Group: Singing in Praise of the Buddha
Sharing the Dharma through music
Uploaded 10 Mar 2017
Alternate Realities in the Paintings of Wakana Kimura
Questioning reality through a melding of Japanese and Western artistic influences
Uploaded 10 Jun 2016
Disharmony Brews Between India and Nepal Over International Buddhist Conference
A look at why India-Nepal relations have deteriorated over Buddhist interests
Uploaded 3 Jun 2016
A Comparison of the Two Ways of Seeing Amitabha Buddha and Attaining Rebirth in His Pure Land
An enquiry into Buddha-contemplation and Buddha-recitation
Uploaded 2 Oct 2015
A <i>Thangka</i> Painting Project of the Chöd Pacification of Suffering Practice
Laura Santi discusses her intriguing thangka painting
Uploaded 14 Aug 2015
Ani Gosha’s Story
Parts of this story I have told many times to friends and to strangers, both. It gives me much pleasure to recall it and to share a little, again.   How I found the Dharma . . .   My dr
Uploaded 6 Feb 2015
Postcard from Yulin: A Video Diary of Canyon, River, and Verdure
I’ve recently returned from a Dunhuang tour led by Mrs. Mei-yin Lee, one of Hong Kong's most sought-after guides and thinkers on Chinese culture. There are many sites of Buddhist beauty in and around
Uploaded 2 Jul 2014
The Impact of Mahayana Buddhism on Sri Lanka
Editor's note: This article was first published in the now-retired Bodhi Journal, Issue 8, June 2008.  When examining the influence of Mahayana Buddhism in Sri Lanka it would be appropriate to approac
Uploaded 22 Apr 2013
Thich Nhat Hanh's theology of compassion
Throughout the life and ministry of Thich Nhat Hanh, one mission has remained more consistent in his thinking than even mindfulness: compassion. Long before he was travelling the world with his Order
Uploaded 10 Apr 2013
Keeping Hope Alive: “I’ll always be with you, like Flowing Water”
A disciple once asked the late Most Venerable Sheng Yi, “Will you be reborn in the Tusita Heaven* when you enter Ultimate Nirvana someday, like Master Xu Yun [Sheng Yi’s Dharma Father]?”   The Mast
Uploaded 5 Aug 2010
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