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Buddhism Now
Buddhism Now is an online Buddhist magazine based upon the teachings of the Buddha.
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Buddhism Now 7h
Followers of the way: I would like each of you to investigate and thoroughly study the Self 'Great Peace of Mind', Harada Sekkei Roshi
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Buddhism Now 12h
One for Tree lovers: The pine symbolises (among other things) friendship and constancy during difficult times. ‘The Little Pine Tree’.
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Buddhism Now 13h
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😀 for the RT : Intimacy and the Buddha’s Smile, by John Aske via
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Buddhism Now 15h
Everyday Buddhist: ‘A Monk and a Zendo’ by Arthur Braverman ‘A day without work is a day without eating.’
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Buddhism Now 17h
Everyday Buddhist: One should reflect and try to find out the difference between 'self' and 'others'. Dalai Lama
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Buddhism Now 19h
Photographs of the 1903 Francis Younghusband led mission to invade Tibet
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Buddhism Now 21h
Morning read: Everyone originally possesses the Dharma-Seal of the Unborn; so why do you still search for it? Kusan Sumin
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Buddhism Now 23h
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Buddhism Now 24h
Morning meditation: Even though the non-duality of one and many appears to you, it's just a manifestation of mind. Padmasambhava
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Buddhism Now Jul 17
Reflect and try to find out the difference between 'self and 'others'. 'Cherishing Others' by Dalai Lama
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Buddhism Now Jul 17
⭐️⭐️⭐️ ⭐️⭐️ Review: One of Ajahn Sumedho's best books. ADVERT for 'Don't Take Your Life Personally', by Ajahn Sumedho
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Buddhism Now Jul 17
A great read for Zen practitioners. ADVERT: Hui Hai's 'Zen Teaching of Instantaneous Awakening', by John Blofeld
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Buddhism Now Jul 17
Followers of the way: 'Suffering I teach,' said the Buddha. 'The End of The Affair', by John Snelling
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Buddhism Now Jul 17
Dukkha is the pain of not realising our Buddha nature — goodnight everyone, look after yourself.
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Buddhism Now Jul 17
May those caught in sadness and despair gain insight into impermanence.
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Buddhism Now Jul 17
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Buddhism Now Jul 17
Buddhist meditation: There is no need to worry, just cease creating delusions. Motoko Ikebe, by Arthur Braverman
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Buddhism Now Jul 17
Everyday Buddhist: There is no need to worry, just cease creating delusions. Motoko Ikebe
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