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<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Thich Nhat Hanh’s Peerless Influence
A tribute to Thich Nhat Hanh's life and work
Uploaded 5 Dec 2014
“What is This?”: Seon Practice in the Korean Tradition
After I became a nun in Korea in 1975, I visited a number of Taiwanese Buddhist temples and Japanese Zen temples. This made me realize what a great piece of luck it was that I had become a Seon nun at
Uploaded 19 Sep 2014
Why does Amitabha want us to recite His Name “Ten Times”?
Why “Even only ten times”?   Many Buddhist practitioners find the 18th Vow of Amitabha Buddha – the Primal Vow that guarantees salvation to every being that recites his name merely ten times – a lud
Uploaded 1 Apr 2014
"There's a lot of catching up to do" - Full Interview with Karma Lekshe Tsomo
Editor's note: Ven. Karma Lekshe Tsomo is the Branch and Chapter Coordinator of Sakyadhita International Association of Buddhist Women. In this series of seven questions we presented to her, she refle
Uploaded 14 Oct 2013
Buddhism for Women, Women for Buddhism: Is there a Feminine Dharma?
B: One of the conference topics was “Is there a Feminine Dharma?”. This question is far more loaded than the usual question about nuns or laywomen. It assumes that the Dharma has a feminine aspect, an
Uploaded 15 Mar 2013
Buddhism for Women, Women for Buddhism: What can the Dharma offer?
B: Women obviously have so much to give to this ancient tradition. The more awkward question is, does Buddhism have anything to offer women? KLT: Certainly Buddhism has much to offer women, especially
Uploaded 15 Mar 2013
A Monk for Our Times: Ajahn Brahm in Hong Kong 2013
Ajahn Brahm will be remembered as the Theravāda master who brought the human touch to what some once thought a forbidding and austere religion. His British sense of wry jest (who can forget about his
Uploaded 1 Feb 2013
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