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The Way of the Bodhisattvas
An insightful new column from a distinguished teacher
Uploaded 31 Mar 2017
The Many Forms of Avalokiteshvara
The most widely revered bodhisattva
Uploaded 25 Nov 2016
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>—Why Buddhism is Not All About the Search for Happiness
How happiness is just a small part of the Buddhist path
Uploaded 8 Jul 2016
Reflections from a Mother on the Path
First article from our new columnist!
Uploaded 17 Jun 2016
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Can’t Buy Me Love
Thoughts on maintaining spiritual equilibrium in a material world
Uploaded 18 Sep 2015
The Life Story of Ani Zamba Chozom: Part One - Journey to India
The extraordinary life of Ani Zamba Chozom, part one!
Uploaded 15 May 2015
Adding Buddhism to Business
Twenty years ago, Tsering was a fully ordained monk in Tibet. Now, 40-year-old Tsering is a farmer and businessman in China. When his sister fell gravely ill, Tsering left Ganden monastery (belonging
Uploaded 12 Dec 2014
The Bodhisattva Career in Shantideva: Part 2
Wisdom and Means, Emptiness and Compassion: Philosophical Problems   In this column’s first segment, we explored how Shantideva’s idea of compassion, noble as it was, led to some very interesting q
Uploaded 10 Jun 2013
Love and Compassion: Rumi's Seven Pieces of Advice
  Original Chinese text: Dr. Thomas Lau Translation: Isabelle Tsang  English editing: Dr. Thomas Lau      This summer, the Anatolia Cultural & Dialog Centre of Tur
Uploaded 15 Oct 2012
A Great Insight into the Charity of Tzu Chi
You may, or may not, have heard of the Tzu Chi organization?     What you will come to discover in this well-written book about its history, philosophy and
Uploaded 1 Mar 2012
Engaged Buddhism for post-war Sri Lanka
My Dhamma greetings to you all,        As you all know, India is the birthplace of Buddhism. After the Buddha's Mahaparinirvana, all his disciples assembled to compile his teachings. They were comp
Uploaded 6 Dec 2010
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