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Spiritual Bypassing and the Dangers of Unresolved Emotional Wounds
Building a spiritual practice on a solid foundation
Uploaded 20 Jan 2017
The New Year Is Now
Reflections on change and impermanence
Uploaded 30 Dec 2016
Rainy Day Contemplations on Suffering
Learning from hardship
Uploaded 9 Sep 2016
Patience is Power
Finding freedom in khanti, the sixth parami
Uploaded 12 Aug 2016
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Enjoyment without Attachment
Accepting impermanence and treasuring the now
Uploaded 19 Feb 2016
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Monasticism for the Young—A Considered Choice?
The dangers of using monasticism as a social safety net
Uploaded 30 Oct 2015
Is Life Suffering? The Four Noble Truths in Daily Life: Part One
Part one of a reflection about the First Noble Truth
Uploaded 3 Jul 2015
Everyday Heroes
As a child, I remember hearing about Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott. The story I heard was that one day as Rosa was on her way home, tired after a long day at work, she refused to give up h
Uploaded 8 May 2015
Don’t Rush Past the Suffering
Suffering—we are all familiar with this term
Uploaded 27 Mar 2015
Making Change
Editor's note: Sister Ocean is a Canadian nun ordained in the Vietnamese Zen tradition. She practices in France and blogs about mindfulness practice in daily life on Buddhistdoor International. We beg
Uploaded 6 Jan 2014
The Four Truths of Climate Change
Applying the Buddhist Four Truths to climate change
Uploaded 4 Jan 2014
The Voice of Jitari: Dialogue and Interaction in the Medieval Buddhist Experience
Part of the Meditative Praxis Interview series   “To know yourself, know your enemy.” This is not a military axiom, but a historical reality that Professor Eli Franco emphasized in hi
Uploaded 23 Sep 2013
Depersonalizing the human personality
Editor's note: This feature was first published in the now-retired Bodhi Journal, Issue 7, March 2008. The 6th century BC, the period of rigorous religious search after ‘what is good’
Uploaded 19 Apr 2013
“Animals and World Religions” is a work of scholarly eloquence and moral power
The dire condition of Earth’s environment and our relationship with nature may often be drowned out by the daily debate of politics, economics, or celebrity gossip and vanity media. But this din shoul
Uploaded 1 Apr 2013
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