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Buddha at Sunrise. ; Good Morning World.
We don’t know how to suffer
“The main affliction of our modern civilization is that we don’t know how to handle the suffering inside us and we try to cover it up with all kinds of consumption.” ~ Thich Nhat Hanh I…
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Path to tranquility
This is one amazing picture from one amazing blogger!
Visions of Earth: Thailand
Buddhist Treasures From Gobi Desert Cave — Buddhist Art News
Wall Street Journal Beginning May 7, the Getty Research Institute will show Buddhist artwork in the show ‘Cave Temples of Dunhuang’ By Alexandra Wolfe For six centuries, nearly 500 caves filled with troves of art sat practically untouched along China’s Silk Road. Little known outside China, they contained thousands of Buddhist sculptures and manuscripts and […]
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18 Hands of Guidance and Compassion. The Bodhisattvas
When compassion is born, you don’t suffer any more — Zen Flash
“Suppose someone says something that angers you. Your old pathway wants to say something to punish him. But that makes us victims of our habit energy. Instead, you can breathe in and say, “Unhappiness is in me, suffering is in me, anger is in me, irritation is in me.” That is already helpful, recognizing your … Continue reading When compassion is born, you don’t suffer any more
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In the Buddhist temple.
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