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The Way of the Bodhisattvas
An insightful new column from a distinguished teacher
Uploaded 31 Mar 2017
Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project: Nuns’ Monastery Set to Become Reality
New developments in the initiative to establish a bhikkhuni monastery in the UK
Uploaded 9 Dec 2016
An Agent of Change: Empowering Bhutanese Nuns
Engendering self-sufficiency among female monastics
Uploaded 12 Aug 2016
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Hope and Meaning
ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) is terrifying for many reasons. It is particularly frightening because of its macabre appeal to youth around the world, who should have little reason to sneak aw
Uploaded 6 Mar 2015
A Buddhist Perspective on Economics and the Alleviation of Poverty
How Buddhist values can contribute to poverty alleviation
Uploaded 30 Jan 2015
Banning Ajahn Brahm’s speech on nuns was a spectacular own-goal
All religious traditions claim to exert moral and spiritual authority. Most of the great world faiths also like to believe they are aligned with the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) of the United N
Uploaded 30 May 2014
Kung Fu Nuns Fight for Oxygen in Ladakh
Editor's note: Stella Peters is a writer/photographer from Amsterdam who focuses on inequality and human interest stories. She is currently studying anthropology in an Advanced master’s programme at K
Uploaded 15 Oct 2013
“Buddhism the only religion where I can be free as a woman” - Interview with Ven. Suniti
Willow Myers works full time as a child and family psychotherapist in a non-profit agency in Bellingham WA. She writes freelance in her spare time. She is currently enjoying writing about the Dharma.W
Uploaded 12 Oct 2013
Hemis Festival: the Masked Dance of Ladakh
Editor's note: Stella Peters is a writer/photographer from Amsterdam who focuses on inequality and human interest stories. She is currently studying anthropology in an Advanced master’
Uploaded 28 Sep 2013
Overcoming Cankers (āsava) in Daily Life!
Editor's note: This feature was first published in the now-retired Bodhi Journal, Issue 14, December 2009. Āsava(s) together with latent tendencies (anusaya), fetters (saṃyojana) and hindrances (
Uploaded 11 May 2013
The meaning of Kamma in early Buddhism
 Editor's note: This feature was first published in the now-retired Bodhi Journal, Issue 7, March 2008. Introduction The word karma, etymologically meaning “action”, is a term common to many of the an
Uploaded 20 Apr 2013
A Buddhist View on Capitalism and Consumerism
The world economy has been going through a crisis since the summer of 2007 and this turmoil affects the normal rhythm and fluctuations of stock prices, currency rates, and financial institutio
Uploaded 1 Feb 2012
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