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Dernier ajout : 28 juin 2016.

Of the real flavour of a strawberry

Of the true flavour of one strawberry, this parable is attributed to the Buddha Sakyamuni

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Paying homage to Lord Buddha, by CHRISTINA LOW

TODAY marks a special day for Buddhists in the country as they celebrate and pay respect to the Lord Buddha on his birthday, his attainment of enlightenment as well as to commemorate his death.

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How to celebrate Vesakha Puja day with almost no money, by Merlyn Seeley

Vesakha Puja day falls on May27th. You do not need a lot of money; in fact a lot of money would not be Buddhist.

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Yoga for cancer patients provides benefits of sleep, vitality

Touch toes. Downward dog. Breathe. It’s a yoga routine that cancer doctors have prescribed for years without evidence it would do much good.

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Everyday Korean Buddhist Practices, by Marcus of WakeUpandLaugh Wordpress

Following on from my piece a week or so ago about entusting and devotion, I’d like to post an updated review I wrote last year of the little booklet called “Everyday Korean Buddhist Practices” by Seon Master Ilta, translated and very kindly gifted by Brian Barry.

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The Gay Precept: how Buddhism views homosexuality

I am quite new to Thailand _ only 30 days have gone by since I put my feet on Thai soil and (...)

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Aung San Suu Kyi, poem : In the Quiet Land

In the Quiet Land, no one can tell
if there’s someone who’s listening
for secrets they can sell.
The informers are paid in the blood of the land
and no one dares speak what the tyrants won’t stand.

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A bird in a cage...
Given all the love and affection it needed
Taken care of...
Every Little thing she needed,
every comfort and luxury...

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Song of Original Mind - by Bankei Yōtaku, Zen Master of the Unborn

In the mountains of Yōshino, in 1653, while living in silent retreat, Bankei composed some Buddhist songs on the Unborn, including his nearly 50-verse Song of the Original Mind (Honshin no uta).

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New Zen Buddhist student interviews: Nathan Napierala

It is my compassionate hope that this series will touch each Buddhist student that is having a hard time and those that are thinking of trying Buddhism but are not sure.

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