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“Hyphenated-American”
A question of identity
Uploaded 28 Dec 2017
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Honoring the Lessons of Martin Luther King Jr. for Today’s World
Lessons from a history of religious engagement and American politics
Uploaded 13 Apr 2017
Wildlife on the Brink
Addressing animal poaching and trafficking in South Africa
Uploaded 31 Mar 2017
Harnessing Knowledge Technologies to Overcome Ignorance
Our new columnist seeks a more enlightened view of technology
Uploaded 11 Nov 2016
Procrastination, Determination, and Compassion
The spiritual perfection of adhitthana
Uploaded 7 Oct 2016
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>—Learning From Race Issues in The United States
How can we create societies free from racial tensions?
Uploaded 22 Jul 2016
<i>Buddhism and Ireland: From the Celts to the Counter-Culture and Beyond</i> – Book Review
Laurence Cox charts the involvement of Irishmen and women in Buddhism
Uploaded 15 Jul 2016
Is Life Suffering? The Four Noble Truths in Daily Life: Part One
Part one of a reflection about the First Noble Truth
Uploaded 3 Jul 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Conscience in the Thought of Bhikkhu Bodhi
The philosophical evolution of Bhikkhu Bodhi
Uploaded 26 Jun 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Dreams of Justice
Buddhists believe in the infinite value of every sentient life. Human beings, while not blessed with divine authority over other living creatures, are uniquely equipped to attain enlightenment and ach
Uploaded 30 Apr 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Crisis and Opportunity for Theravada Buddhism
Unpacking nationalism and gender in Theravada countries
Uploaded 20 Mar 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Palestine and Israel
The Polish historian Isaac Deutscher offered a famous analogy for the creation of the Israeli nation: a Jewish man leaps from a burning building and lands on a Palestinian, crippling him (Deutscher 19
Uploaded 15 Aug 2014
Living with the Unrepentant: Stephen Lawrence, Murder and Justice
Last week marked what many would call a milestone in British criminal history. Two of Stephen Lawrence’s murderers were finally convicted and sentenced after an eighteen-year pursuit for justice by hi
Uploaded 9 Jan 2012
Generosity, Right Livelihood and Appreciation: Reflections on Buddhist lay life
Sometimes I feel that the choice to be a lay disciple in Buddhism matters just as much as choosing to be ordained. As laypeople we are obligated, in my opinion, to accept that our way of life is to fi
Uploaded 1 Sep 2011
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