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To See or Not To Be by Sati Saraniya
Friday, May 25, 2007 More vital to wisdom and understanding than being cushioned by exhilarating panoramas or placated by moments of calm is an ability to see Truth and live it. To grow in stature and be able to accept what is real no matter the terrain of feelings we have to traverse tortuous or peaceful, rocky or smooth this is our lifes work.
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Teaching for everybody by Kingsley Heendeniya, www.dailynews.lk
UNIVERSAL TEACHING: The teaching of the Buddha is for everybody. Whoever you are, wherever you are, understanding the meaning of what the Buddha teaches is rewarding. Let me explain.
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Living with pain, not with suffering by Bhikkhu Bodhi, www.dailynews.lk
As long as we have bodies, we will have physical pain. Buddhism promises no escape from that. What we can change is how we experience pain. Bhikkhu Bodhi offers a technique to lessen mental suffering of pain, look at its true nature and learn its valuable lessons.
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State religion move causes concern by WILLIAM KLAUSNER, May 23, 2007 www.bangkokpost.com
Monks should forego their adventure into the political arena and return to their religious mentoring role
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Biggest Buddhist Statue in Nepal consecrated by Tenzin Choephel, Phayul, May 22, 2007
Kathmandu, Nepal -- The making of a statue of Amitaba Buddha (tib: Woepakme), flanked on both sides by a statue of Avalokiteshvara (Chenresig) and a statue of Padmasambhava (Guru Rinpoche), has been completed and was consecrated today by Lama Sherab Gyaltsen Rinpoche of Manang.
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The Big Man meets The Buddha by Peter B. Brace, The Nantucket Independent, May 22, 2007
Well, to be fair, I didn't make the full 20 minutes. About three minutes before Elisabeth banged her little brass gong with a stick to let us know of the next phase of the meditation, my right leg shot out erect in front of me probably thinking it was time to go. I didn't do it on purpose, but I think my leg had had enough enlightenment for one night.
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Rationalism and Buddha by Mohan Tiptur, Ohmynews, May 22, 2007
Nowhere did Buddha seek the help of magic miracles
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Holey Bagels by Sati Saraniya
Thursday, February 22, 2007 Not only was it a fulfilment of our lineage but so much of our training transpired in those well-orchestrated moments of assembling to collect alms. Lined up in hierarchical order, we slowly processed alongside the cauldrons heaped with food to receive offerings from the laity. Then, after returning to our mats and chanting a medley of blessings at times subdued, now and again off-key, and at times glorious we would reflect wisely that the contents of our bowl were not for fun, not for pleasure, etc. and eat in silence.
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Youths get life lessons at Buddhist gatherings by The Nation, Mon, May 21, 2007
Over the course of 20 days, 50 selected high-school students at a Young Buddhist Camp were shown that a person's true worth lies in more than having a fair complexion, a highly paid job, wearing designer clothes or driving a luxury car.
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Buddha and the World by Deepak Chopra, The Huffington Post, May 21, 2007
Los Angeles, USA -- Since 9/11 there has been a pervasive sense of anxiety in the world, and at the same time a search for spiritual answers. Is violence an aspect of human nature that can be cured, or are we caught in an endless cycle of violence that will never end? One of the most optimistic answers to that dilemma came from Buddha more than two thousand years ago.
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