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Meeting police violence with compassionate action

How to live in the world in a way that is both compassionate and socially engaged ?

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The Last Dalai Lama?

At 80, Tenzin Gyatso is still an international icon, but the future of his
office — and of the Tibetan people — has never been more in doubt. An interesting and detailed article from The New York Times Magazine.

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How should Buddhists respond to the gun violence epidemic?

A consideration from the zen disciple Lewis Richmond after San Bernardino mass shooting.

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Buddhist nuns set to become first generation of ’dons’

Dharamsala: Nearly three years ago the globetrotting elderly Buddhist monk the Dalai Lama came out with a perfect prescription for the first time in history to empower the nuns. His decision encouraged them to take up doctorates in philosophy. The first batch of 20 Buddhist nuns is set to become the first generation of women professors in the Tibetan tradition.

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Coming Home: A Buddhist transitions genders

When Ellen finds out that she’s actually a woman she’s afaid. Bouddhism will give her the braveness to accept herself the way she is and to change her life for ever.

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Zen no more: Japans shuns its Buddhist traditions as temples close

More than one in three temples are expected to close over the next 25 years as religion faces an ‘existential crisis’.

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Wimbledon 2015: Novak Djokovic and the Buddhist temple minutes from Centre Court that helps him maintain his winning ways

Shortly after stepping off Wimbledon’s Centre Court on Friday, where he recorded yet another comfortable straight-sets victory, Novak Djokovic was asked what goes through his mind when he plays. His reply was telling.

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Buddhist Meditation Practices Improve Cognitive Performance

Meditation practices associated with Buddhism bring positive impact to human physiology and behavior, new research shows.

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Taking a Zen Approach to Caregiving

You try to help your elderly father. Irritated and defensive, he snaps at you instead of going along with your suggestion. And you think “this is so unfair” and feel a rising tide of anger.

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Lantern Festival

he Lantern Festival falls on the 15th day of the 1st lunar month, usually in February or March in the Gregorian calendar. As early as the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 25), it had become a festival with great significance.

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