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War is hell, and today more than ever. Although high-tech weapons make it a videogame for some, those same weapons make it unbelievably destructive for everyone else. Whatever valor was once associated with hand-to-hand combat has long since disappeared due to gunpowder, and the massive slaughters of the twentieth century have made it increasingly difficult to romanticize the death and misery war causes.
Six months ago the world watched a courageous attempt led by Buddhist monks to replace military dictatorship with democracy. But what’s the situation in Burma today?
Vesak Day, which falls on May 28 this year, celebrates the birth and enlightenment of Buddha.
Burmese military authorities on Tuesday arrested prominent Arakanese historian monk Ramar Waddy U Pyinya Sara in Sittwe, the capital of Arakan State, on the accusation that he abused Buddhist religious principles, said another monk from Sittwe.
Police recruit graduates have been welcomed into the force by a 1.57 metre (5ft 2in) woman in a (...)
The 31st Korea Japan Buddhist Cultural Exchange Conference was held with the theme of “Let’s learn from each other.” With over 300 Korean representatives, this conference was held at Enryakuji Temple in Kyoto on May 26
Instead of learning about new combat techniques, policemen are developing interpersonal relationship skills, emotional balance and discipline in a Zen Buddhist monastery, located 70km from the state capital, Vitória.
This article is inspired by atrocities committed in name of a subjective idea: the right to prove his superiority over other, regardless of its appearance and its belonging: the other who is not me, so he doesn’t exist!
Scores of Tibetans, including seventy monks from all schools of Tibetans Buddhism and seventy lay people attended the prayer session.
Interview with Saffron Revolution leading monk U Pyinyarzawta