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Conventional Body View

People believe that everything they see and conceive of, including their so-called bodily selves, is fixed and permanently there to be used for fulfillment and

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Contemplation of Feelings

Venerable Nyanatiloka Mahathera cites the Word of the Buddha on the contemplation of feelings (Diga Nikaya 22): But how does the disciple dwell in contemplation of the

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The Religion of the Future

A recent report by the Washington, DC-based Pew Research Center projects that some of the world’s major religions are going to expand, with the notable

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Right View in Systems Design

Integrating and balancing scientific and technological progress with wisdom is becoming increasingly critical to achieving integral reliable systems, however in the majority of cases, even

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On Being Mindful of the Body

An effective way to disseminate Theravada teachings in English is by directly translating and quoting The Word of the Buddha—without ambiguity or speculation—and we can be

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A Panacea Called Contentment

The Buddha said, “Contentment is the greatest wealth.” His statement holds a timeless truth that rings true today more than ever. We are living in

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