The Buddha’s Smile

Buddha was smiling under his tree. Having reached awakening, ultimate and universal compassion, he can do nothing but smile. The buddhahood state is a...

Europe’s only primary school to teach through Buddhist principles

The Dharma Primary School in Brighton, UK offers rounded academic education rooted in mindfulness – helping children develop creativity, empathy, self-awareness and confidence Brighton, UK...

The Glory of Grandparenting

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The Glory of Grandparenting More than 20 years ago I first heard someone say, “If I had known grandchildren were so much fun, I would...

The vital role of monastery schools in Myanmar society

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As a bell rings, novice Buddhist monks and nuns in their saffron and pink robes, and other children in crisp white shirts, file...

Study: Religion is Good for Kids

Kids with religious parents are better behaved and adjusted than other children, according to a new study that is the first to look at the effects of religion on young child development.

Spirituality & Children, Maureen Healy

Ever wonder what goes on in a child's mind? Or what they believe to be true about God, angels or the divine? Chatting with...

Aims of Buddhist Education

Ideally, education is the principal tool of human growth, essential for transforming the unlettered child into a mature and responsible adult. Yet everywhere today,...

How to teach arts to children

Nancy Beal, an arts teacher in primary school, offers some precious pieces of advice to help parents to develop their kids' creativity. The materials and...

New direction for Buddhist programs at Yale

To support the Yale Buddhist community after severing relations with Indigo Blue, the Chaplain’s Office is offering activities such as Dharma talks in Harkness...

The Game of the 7 Spiritual Laws of Success

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The Game of the 7 Spiritual Laws of Success Between theory (book) and life (exercises), the play/book of the Seven Spiritual Laws of Success...