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Theravada Buddhism and Teresian Mysticism: A Reflection on Interreligious Dialogue
Thoughts on the first Carmelite-Buddhist interfaith dialogue
Uploaded 18 Aug 2017
The Fiction of the Self: Ruth Ozeki
The act of storytelling as a performance of interbeing
Uploaded 24 Feb 2017
Lama Palden Drolma: Transmitting the Teachings to the West
A profile of a Western female lama in North America
Uploaded 5 Feb 2016
Mount Kailas: Natural Consciousness of Cultural Memories, Places, and Time
Experiences of pilgrims' travels to the roof of the world
Uploaded 14 Nov 2014
Gaze of a Guru: Celebrating the Teacher-Student Relationship
On the 10th day of every month of the Tibetan calender, Vajrayana Buddhists pay homage to Guru Padmasambhava (lotus-born), more popularly known as Guru Rinpoche. The day is observed by making offering
Uploaded 25 Apr 2014
The Benefits of Meditation
If you ever visit a Buddhist monastery, the chances are you will come across some of the happiest people you have ever met. Monks and nuns stroll about their daily routine in graceful, deliberate mann
Uploaded 27 Sep 2013
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
On a Quiet Stony Path to the Glade's Hut: A Review of "Road to Heaven"
“The Tao never changes. What we eat and wear has changed, but the Tao hasn’t changed. There have been advances in science and society, but so what? We’re eating better now. But it’s the same old Lao-t
Uploaded 2 Jan 2013
A Taste of Freedom: An Initial Experience of Sufi Mysticism
Original Chinese text: Leung Po San Translation and English editing: Raymond Lam Leung Po Shan is a Cantonese author who has written various works about life and experienc
Uploaded 15 Oct 2012
Intercultural Trip to Turkey with the CBSAA and Anatolia Cultural Dialogue Society, 2012
  Intercultural Dialogue Trip to Turkey 2012:  Buddhists and Muslims Together     The Anatolia Cultural & Dialogue Centre in Hong Kong (ACDC) i
Uploaded 15 Oct 2012
Merton’s Wisdom: The Common Ground of Buddhist-Christian Interfaith Dialogue (2)
Brotherhood   After recognizing the Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh as his spiritual brother, Thomas Merton wrote in an essay:   “I have said Nhat Hanh is my brother, and it is true… We are both poets
Uploaded 6 Dec 2010
Rebirth without a self - a real stumbling block
Introduction For people who try to adopt a scholastic approach to Buddhism, the issue of “rebirth” often poses a vexing problem. Initially, one may try to dismiss it as superstition and unscientific
Uploaded 18 Apr 2010
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