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The Way of the Bodhisattvas
An insightful new column from a distinguished teacher
Uploaded 31 Mar 2017
Acknowledging Mistakes and Moving Forward
Recognizing our capacity for change
Uploaded 6 Jan 2017
Being a Buddhist Parent during Christmas
Sharing the season of giving
Uploaded 2 Dec 2016
An Agent of Change: Empowering Bhutanese Nuns
Engendering self-sufficiency among female monastics
Uploaded 12 Aug 2016
Reinstating Animal Rights in Sri Lanka
Charting changing attitudes towards animal rights in a Buddhist nation
Uploaded 30 Jun 2016
Buddhist-Islamic Friendship: Embracing Tolerance
When I read news about Gaza and Burma, among other places, I sometimes feel I might lose hope in humanity. Is there any space for peace and trust? Is there any place where tolerance can be a fact of l
Uploaded 31 Oct 2014
What is Feminine?
Jacqueline Kramer, author of Buddha Mom-the Path of Mindful Mothering and 10 Spiritual Practices for Busy parents, has been studying and practicing Buddhism for over 30 years in th
Uploaded 15 Mar 2013
Gay Marriage and Buddhism: A Simple Deal
Behind the tinkle of white cups is my aunt’s loud and confident voice, declaring that while gay marriage should be allowed, it shouldn’t be permissible for homosexuals to adopt children. Lest, of cour
Uploaded 5 Jan 2013
<i>Tulku</i>
Review of Gesar Mukpo's Tulku
Uploaded 1 Mar 2012
A Forest Monk - an Interview with Ajahn Brahmavamso (Part 2)
A Forest Monk - An Interview with Ajahn Brahmavamso This interview is an excerpt from:  A Forest Monk and a Zen Roshi Radio National (ABC) – The Spirit of Things, with Dr. Rachael Kohn  
Uploaded 1 Mar 2012
The Most Demanding Qualification of All?
In one’s life, there are certain kinds of transitional events that are considered distinct turning points: the attainment of a qualification, the conferral of a degree, the awarding of an honor or mil
Uploaded 1 Jan 2012
Was Steve Jobs really Buddhist?
Short answer: No
Uploaded 12 Nov 2011
My Journey as a Buddhist by Dr. Bill M. Mak (Part 2)
Dr. Bill. M. Mak graduated from Peking University and is currently based in the Department of Indological Studies at Kyoto University.   My Journey as a Buddhist, from Diamond Sutra to Diamond Sutra
Uploaded 17 Aug 2010
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