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Thich Quang Duc statue to be erected at historic protest site by VietNamNet Bridge, Nov 7, 2007
His action made a significant contribution toward the uniting of followers of all religions in the country to struggle for peace, independence and reunification. "The Bodhisattva Thich Quang Duc's marvelous flame had a strong spiritual power, making Vietnamese people wake up to hostile repression and stirring the conscience of the people.
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UN studies sustainable religious tourism by IMTIAZ MUQBIL, Bangkok Post, Nov 5, 2007
Bangkok, Thailand -- With millions of people now on the move for "religious tourism," the UN World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) has begun to turn its attention towards studying and analysing the issues related to its sustainability.
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20 Reasons Why You Need Inner Peace and Tranquility by http://28118.blogspot.com , Monday, November 5, 2007
Inner peace is not reserved only to yogis, hermits or monks, sitting alone in a far off place, praying or meditating all day long. It can also be attained by people living an ordinary life, who have a job, married and with children. Inner peace is a state of being emotionally and mentally at peace and strong in the face of discord or stress. It is the opposite of being stressed or anxious.
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Buddha's teachings and its economic impact by Prof. Manik Lal Shrestha, Gorkhapatra, Nov 4, 2007
Fredreich Engels, the co-author of "The Communist Manifesto" called Buddha "one among the earliest dialecticians in human history." All the descriptions are about the philosophical or religious aspect of Buddha's teachings.
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Rare protest as Tibetans attempt to save Buddhist statue from demolition by International Campaign for Tibet, November 1, 2007
Mt Kailash, Tibet (China) -- New eyewitness accounts have revealed that local Tibetans attempted to prevent the demolition of a statue of Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) near Mt Kailash in the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) on September 28.
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Palm-leaf manuscripts throw new light on ancient kingdom Mon by Subhatra Bhumiprabhas, The Nation, Sept 24, 2007
Bangkok, Thailand -- Mon has become the forgotten kingdom and the Mon have for centuries had no place to call home. The history of the Mon, however, as one of the most powerful nations of Southeast Asia has been told through the generations.
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The more difficult path by Sopaporn Kurz,The Nation, September 18, 2007
The more difficult path In California, Carolina and Hamburg, Germany, three nuns deemed 'Outstanding Women in Buddhism' by the United Nations reflect on their calling
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Buddhist meditation center lands in Mesa by Srianthi Perera, The Arizona Republic, Sept. 18, 2007
Those interested in meditation have a new place to learn and practice it in the Southeast Valley. The Arizona International Buddhist Meditation Center has established a venue in Mesa.
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9/11: A monk's wise reflection by Ven. Dr K Sri Dhammananda, he Buddhist Channel, September 11, 2007
Some time in June 2001, the late Chief Monk of Malaysia and Singapore, Ven. Dr K Sri Dhammananda (1919 - 2006) gave an interview published on the Buddhist News Network about the 9/11 attacks. Reprinted here is the gist of the interview.
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Continuation Of Buddha In Those Practising Dharma by Thich Nhat Hanh, 7 Sep 2007, 0042 hrs IST,
I would like to talk to you a little bit about the Buddha, about who he is. First, the Buddha is not a god, he is a human being like us. This is very important to know. The Buddha does not claim to be a god, a creator of the universe. He is a human being like us.
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