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Meditation, Karma, and Nonviolence Teachings and Practices From The Buddhist and Jain Cultures Read More
Buddha was born 623 BC in Nepal. Metta meditation is recommended of the Buddha since BC 588 in the 2,602-year-old Pali canon. The Buddha's teachings are about suffering and how to overcome it. According to the teaching of Buddha, overcoming suffering allows a person to be truly happy. The Buddha… Read More
Buddha was born 623 BC in Nepal. Metta meditation is recommended of the Buddha since BC 588 in the 2,602-year-old Pali canon. The Buddha's teachings are about suffering and how to overcome it. According to the teaching of Buddha, overcoming suffering allows a person to be truly happy. The Buddha… Read More
Buddha was born 623 BC in Nepal. Buddha had attained Full Enlightenment under the BODHI TREE at Buddha Gaya (also known as BODH GAYA) in 588 BC. Buddha Gaya is a religious site and place of pilgrimage associated with the MAHA-BODHI Temple Complex in Gaya district, Bihar, in India. Buddha… Read More
The Lord Buddha was the founder of Buddhism, began his life as a prince in India. The word "Buddha" can be defined as "the Enlightened One", or "the Awakened One". The Lord Buddha was born in 623 B.C. in a country called Kapilavatthu in Northern India (its present site within… Read More
Reflections on a tour inside the Jokhang Temple in Lhasa, Tibet Read More
This simply discusses the art of intellectualism and always striving to learn and to grow as a person. Read More
This is a reading response to "Love in Action" by Thich Nhat Hanh. Read More

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Waikiki beach, read so much about it, for so long, I am here now, thought Juggernaut stepping onto the beach. The fine white sand was soft to walk on but the water was cold, true it was January but in Hawaii, with air temperatures in 80’s, one would expect tolerable… Read More
God’s footprint, grounded as it is in the Logos of Existence, is shaped like a piece of pie, the edges of which meet where the observer’s edge of the pie and the opposite edge of the pie (the physical event edge) come together. The pie crust separates the observer from… Read More

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JUST READ IT & LET ME KNOW HOW YOU RATE IT. Read More
This article on 'Baruas' or 'the Barua Community of Bangladesh' is written by Ven. Upali Sramon. Anybody can send his/her comments on this article. Although there are many Baruas in India, the Baruas in Bangladesh are different from them. Baruas in Bangladesh are Buddhist by birth. This article is good… Read More

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TREKKING THE PATH By Michael Smith © 2008 Synopsis This is the true story of a spiritual journey combined with a very real adventure across the Great Himalayas. A journey on foot that began in Dharamsala, Northern India, home of His Holiness Fourteenth Dalai Lama, as well as that of… Read More
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