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The root of suffering by Kom Chad Luek, Daily News, November 27, 2006
"Attachment is the origin, the root of suffering; hence it is the cause of suffering." – The Dalai Lama at Harvard University, 1988
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Prison ministries for Buddhists growing by Maria Sudekumfisher, ASSOCIATED PRESS, November 25, 2006
He is among a quietly growing number of Buddhist teachers working in U.S. prisons, tending to inmates who had been raised Buddhist or who discovered the ancient faith later, many while incarcerated. U.S. prisons are also offering meditation and yoga for their general populations.
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In the arms of Buddha by Trevor Seymour,Article from: escape, Sunday Herald-Sun
In the pre-dawn, the normally bustling streets of central Luang Prabang in northern Laos are silent except for the distant sounding of gongs from a number of Buddhist monasteries.
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The Sigiriya Story by P.L.N. de Silva, Asian Tribune, 2006-11-24
Sigiriya sited in the central province is 92 miles from Colombo and 10 miles from Dambulla. Dr.Bandaranayaka describes the complexity of Sigiriya as "a unique concentration of 5th century, urban planning architecture, gardening, engineering, hydraulic technology and art, centered on a massive rock, rising 200 meters above the surroundings plain. Sigiriya’s location is one of considerable natural beauty and historical interest.
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Buddhist Ministries Expanding In U.S. Prisons by www.todaysthv.com, 24 Nov 2006
A growing number of Buddhist teachers are working in U.S. prisons, tending to inmates who were raised Buddhist or discovered the faith later. Many prisons also are offering meditation and yoga for their general populations.
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N. Korea invites S. Korean Buddhist leader to Pyongyang by http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr 23 Nov 2006
SEOUL, Nov. 22 (Yonhap) -- North Korea has invited the head of South Korea's top Buddhist sect, the Jogye Order, to visit Pyongyang before the end of the year, officials at the Buddhist order said Wednesday.
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Pakistan foils bid to smuggle historic artifacts to United Arab Emirates by The Associated Press, 22 Nov 2006
Pakistan officials said on Saturday they had foiled a bid to smuggle hundreds of historical artifacts to the United Arab Emirates, and were looking for those who booked the consignment.
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Buddha Lessons by Claudia Kalb, Newsweek
A technique called 'mindfulness' teaches how to step back from pain and the worries of life
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Buddhism has many principles that fit with democracy by www.kuenselonline.com, November 21, 2006
Q Is it possible to attain enlightenment without being Buddhist? Q Is enlightenment nirvana or is there a difference between the two states?
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Buddhist way of life kindles curiosity by http://bendigo.yourguide.com.au, 20 November 2006
More than 1000 people took the opportunity to explore the Atisha Centre yesterday and learn more about the Buddhist way of life. As part of the centre's annual open day, visitors toured the Great Stupa site, the Relics Exhibition Centre and Thubten Shedrup Ling Monastery.
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