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Concerning Right Speech
The path to providing wisdom, healing division, and creating peace
Uploaded 17 Mar 2017
“Mindfulness Itself Has a Healing Property”: Venerable Analayo on Healing the Body and Mind
How disappointed are we in old age when joints just don’t move as easily as they used to? How about when the body refuses to obey us when we are ill or bedridden? How often have we vented, &ldqu
Uploaded 24 Apr 2015
Ordination in the Theravada Tradition: Ordination During the Time of the Buddha
  In this series, Jnan explores the practice of ordination within the Theravada tradition by a close examination of the Pali Canon. His first article discusses ordination during the Bu
Uploaded 14 Apr 2014
Buddhist attitude to Wealth
Editor's note: This article was first published in the now-retired Bodhi Journal, Issue 7, March 2008. Introduction Buddhist economics is an important issue for the lay person as it is a daily concern
Uploaded 22 Apr 2013
What Exactly Did the Buddha Say ?
IntroductionThe short answer to this question is very simple: we do not really know. That, however, is not really an acceptable answer to most people because in the past 2500 years or more, many h
Uploaded 18 Apr 2010
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
Kusala and Akusala
For Buddhists, the practice of moral life is a graduated course.  It involves self-transformation from a lower to higher level.  Moral teachings in Buddhism are not commandments but rather as guidelin
Uploaded 1 Nov 2008
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