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Buddhist Monk Credits NBC TV Show in Helping Explain Ancient Law by Ryan Cummings, 13 News , September 21, 2006
Some call it fate. Others think it's destiny. Buddhists call it the "Law of Karma." High monk Ashin Sudhamma with the Ratanaram Buddhist Temple in Rockford believes in the natural order of karma, the ancient belief that all living creatures are responsible for their way of life. He says, "The doer of good receives good. The doer of evil receives evil. This is what the Buddha advises to the people. Helping other people is a good karma and giving things in charity, also a wholesome action is wholesome karma."
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Jain and Buddhist, Not Hindu! by Amaninder Pal Sharma, OhMyNews, Sept 21, 2006
Seoul, South Korea -- There is controversy in the Indian state of Gujarat after its government passed an amendment on Tuesday which, if approved by Governor Nawal Kishore, will mean that Buddhists and Jains are legally classified as Hindus.
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Anger over Gujarat religion law by Rajeev Khanna, BBC News, Sept 20, 2006
Christians and Muslims in the western Indian state of Gujarat have expressed resentment over an amendment in the law relating to religious conversions.
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30,000 hear Dalai Lama at University at Buffalo by JAY REY AND JAY TOKASZ, Buffalo News, Sept 20, 2006
'Warmheartedness' is key, spiritual leader tells crowd
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A word from the wise by Dominique Taylor, www.vailtrail.com, Guest Column, September 20, 2006
A couple of weeks ago my best friend called me up to tell me Dalai Lama would be in Denver speaking and wanted to know if I would be interested in going with her.
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Dalai Lama urges ``warmheartedness'' in education by CAROLYN THOMPSON, Associated Press Writer, September 19, 2006, 5:38 PM EDT
"The modern education system doesn't pay enough attention to the development of warmheartedness," the Tibetan Buddhist leader told a crowd of about 30,000 on the second day of a three-day visit to the University at Buffalo.
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Sangha in a pebble by Thich Nhat Hanh , Tuesday, September 19, 2006 21:12 IST www.dnaindia.com
I was once driving with a friend in Germany, and he was talking on the cellphone. I realised it was very dangerous. When he stopped near a forest, where we practiced walking meditation, I picked a pinecone and put it in the car. And I said, “Every time you see this pinecone, you see me, and then you won’t talk.” So he stopped talking while driving.
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Sri Lankan monks want projection of Buddhist sites by Dawn, Sept 19, 2006
All it requires is making he Buddhist countries aware of this priceless asset through publications, and organising seminars and exhibitions to attract tourist from these countries.
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Gujarat passes new Anti-Conversion by Times of India, Sept 19, 2006
The Anti-Conversion Act was originally passed in 2003 by the state Assembly, but was not implemented so far in the state as the government could not frame rules.
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Famous lacquer paintings successfully preserved by VNS, Sept 19, 2006
Ha noi, Vietnam -- Two culturally and historically significant Vietnamese traditional lacquer paintings have been successfully preserved with US government funding.
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