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Sitting Karate, Sitting with Shihan
Self and non-self: glimpses of the inner vastness
Uploaded 8 Jun 2018
Theravada Buddhism and Teresian Mysticism: A Reflection on Interreligious Dialogue
Thoughts on the first Carmelite-Buddhist interfaith dialogue
Uploaded 18 Aug 2017
The Most Intimate
Insight in uncertainty
Uploaded 7 Apr 2017
A Small and Precious Miracle
Meditating on metta
Uploaded 4 Nov 2016
The Perfection of Giving
On the delight of generosity, practiced with mindfulness and unconditional love
Uploaded 24 Mar 2016
Thoughts on the Global Hindu-Buddhist Initiative in Delhi, 3–4 September 2015
Raymond Lam reflects on Modi's Buddhist diplomacy
Uploaded 11 Sep 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Rethinking Retirement
A new perspective on finding meaning in retirement
Uploaded 2 Apr 2015
<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
Dealing with Pleasure
There are many statements in Buddhist literature that make pleasure sound like something we should totally avoid. It might take some careful reading to recognize that the threat isn’t pleasure itself,
Uploaded 16 Jan 2015
Merton, Non-self, and Surrender
Reading another’s journal is like peering through a window into a person’s world. I recently read The Intimate Merton (1999)—the collected journals of Thomas Merton, the American Trappist monk, writer
Uploaded 5 Dec 2014
It’s all About Me...?
Sister Ocean is a Canadian nun ordained in the Vietnamese Zen tradition. She practices in France and blogs about mindfulness practice in daily life on Buddhistdoor Global.
Uploaded 1 Feb 2014
<i>Early Buddhist Teachings: The Middle Position in Theory and Practice</i>
John Wm. Cannon recently retired as a lecturer and General Education Course Co-ordinator from Caritas Institute of Higher Education. Religion and Life was one of the courses he taught. He recently gra
Uploaded 4 Dec 2013
The Mind and its Mental Factors
Materialists claim that the physical world, which can be touched and measured, is the only reality that exists. But Buddhism sees the physical world as merely illusions arisen from creations of the mi
Uploaded 12 Oct 2013
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