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Posted: Oct 8 '15
Last month, Dr. Kazuko Tatsumura Hillyer attended the grand opening of the Academic Building of Manjushree Tibetan Orphanage in Tawang, India that she... Read more: Jim Luce, Dalai Lama, Dr. Kazuko ...
Posted: Oct 6 '15
There's more than enough suffering in the world already. It's time for a revolution that brings alive fearlessness, courage, compassion and love. Then we can break through the differences that separat...
Posted: Oct 1 '15
The movie impresses upon the audience that a few bad choices is all that separates them from a life on the streets. The sex symbol became invisible once he held out a cup for money. He was only recogn...
Posted: Sep 30 '15
There was a time in my life I would have agreed. I would have felt, for example, that to even respect another religion would be to compromise my own. Today, however, I realize that was an expression o...
Posted: Sep 30 '15
There was a time in my life I would have agreed. I would have felt, for example, that to even respect another religion would be to compromise my own. Today, however, I realize that was an expression o...
Posted: Sep 29 '15
The Buddha clearly taught about the dangers of greed, hatred and ignorance, what he called the three poisons, that Trump seems to display quite frequently. Read more: Buddha, Pope, Politics, Trump, ...
Posted: Sep 28 '15
When Pope Francis, in his historic speech to Congress, spotlighted Dorothy Day and Thomas Merton, I let out a shout -- and no wonder. Just minutes before, I had finished the pitch to a literary agent ...
Posted: Sep 24 '15
[Ashtanga Yoga New York/Broome Street Temple Final Breaths. A Personal Perspective.] I walked up the stairs and got ready to roll out my mat for my... Read more: Ashtanga Yoga, Eddie Stern, Yoga,...
Posted: Sep 23 '15
"Sixteen hundred!" Two Saturdays ago, Victor "Bud" Clever found himself at a charity event bidding on a black Labrador. As the the auctioneer barke... Read more: Heart Disease, Heart Transplant, ...
Posted: Sep 23 '15
In traditional Tibetan society, when it comes to opportunity to study, nuns are at the bottom end of the priority list. Painfully aware of the fact that in Tibet they hardly stood a chance of studying...
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