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<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
Visions from the Zen Mind: Zen Paintings and Calligraphy at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Zen themes and calligraphy from a range of Japanese artists
Uploaded 8 Jul 2016
Teaching Western Women an Ancient Tibetan Art and Gaining Wisdom Along the Way
The transformative power of Tibetan appliqué
Uploaded 4 Dec 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Shelter for the Weary and Dispossessed amid the Refugee Crisis
Buddhists in Europe must lead by example in the face of appalling tragedy
Uploaded 16 Oct 2015
Leading with Wisdom in the Digital Age
Wisdom 2.0 in Singapore
Uploaded 26 Jun 2015
Dharma Screenings: Buddhist Film and Pop Culture—Buddhist Traditions on the Silver Screen
Interview with Gaetano Maida of Buddhist Film Foundation
Uploaded 5 Jun 2015
Stories of the Holiest Summit on Earth
Good filmmaking provides immersion in illusion. When we sit down for what is usually more than an hour to stare at a screen, we need the film to convince and effectively trick us into believing we are
Uploaded 13 Mar 2014
Walking for Change on a Padyatra
Some of us are close friends with the natural world.  We spend our weekends in the mountains; we own Gore-Tex and lots of wicking socks.  Sometimes, we’re more like nature’s acquaintances: we drive hy
Uploaded 25 Mar 2013
Does the Pure Land Really Exist? (Part 1)
Of all the Chinese Buddhist traditions, Pure Land Buddhism has perhaps the largest following. Although the Pratyutpanna Sutra (which describes a fairly advanced form of Pure Land practice) came to Ch
Uploaded 12 Sep 2012
The London Riots: Where are the Voices for Peace?
Reflections on the turmoil and mayhem in London
Uploaded 16 Aug 2011
Crazy Wisdom: An Outsider’s Path to Enlightenment
There are many tales within Buddhist literature about people who go against social norms, do strange things, disobey authority and act quite strangely! Often these characters illustrate the benefits o
Uploaded 1 Aug 2010
Ignore Self-entity: Cultivate the Mind
Abstract   Buddhism is the only world religion which does not recognize nor non-recognize the presence of any soul or self-entity. Whether a soul or a self-entity is present or absent was never an
Uploaded 19 Feb 2010
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