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Buddhism and Creative Writing, Part One
Can creative writing be considered part of our Dharma practice
Uploaded 26 Aug 2016
“We Have All Made Mistakes” - Teaching Mindfulness in Prisons: A Different Kind of Rehabilitation
Ven. Yin Kit Sik on bringing the Dharma to prison inmates in Canada
Uploaded 22 Apr 2016
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Enjoyment without Attachment
Accepting impermanence and treasuring the now
Uploaded 19 Feb 2016
How to Face Death - Pilgrimages and Death Rituals in Japanese Buddhism
Consoling those who have lost a loved one and memorializing those who have passed
Uploaded 15 Jan 2016
The Sting of Suffering: The Scorpion and the Wasp
Heather Sanche on parenthood and dukkha
Uploaded 11 Sep 2015
A Little Liberation Can Go a Long Way—The Four Noble Truths in Daily Life: Part Three
Sister Ocean explains the Third Noble Truth
Uploaded 4 Sep 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Buddhist Dimensions of <i>Inside Out</i>
A new children's film and its ideas about no-self
Uploaded 7 Aug 2015
An Unusual Sutra Revealed
Alan Kwan discusses the Contemplation Sutra
Uploaded 7 Aug 2015
“Wisdom 2.0”: Hacking Buddhism to Make a Better Samsara
As I approach the magnificently remodeled San Francisco Marriott in Union Square, I become keenly aware of the vast differences in karmic circumstances that exist in this world of “endurance.&rd
Uploaded 20 Mar 2015
Two Roads to an Awakened Heart
“People take different roads seeking fulfillment and happiness. Just because they’re not on your road does not mean they are lost.” - Dalai Lama (goodreads)   In my personal spiritual journey, I’ve
Uploaded 9 Jan 2015
Herbie Hancock: Jazz, Grammy Awards, and Nichiren Buddhism
“Chameleon,” “Watermelon Man,” “I Thought it was You,” “Rockit,” “Cantaloupe Island,” . . . if any of these titles sound familiar, the name Herbie Hancock will surely set a jazzy tune automatically pl
Uploaded 21 Nov 2014
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Death and Immortality
The world of dew Is the world of dew And yet, and yet . . .   — Issa (1763–1828)   All sentient beings fear death. Many of us have wondered what it might be like to extend
Uploaded 10 Oct 2014
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