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Buddhism Now
Buddhism Now is an online Buddhist magazine based upon the teachings of the Buddha.
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It was at the beginning of the Tang Dynasty that Zen first flourished in China — Peaceful Awareness by D. T. Suzuki
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Everyday Buddhist: To overcome low self-esteem or sadness, reflect on your own goodness.
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Everyday Buddhist: Dalai Lama Talks About ‘What is Present’ About 2 minutes
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Morning read: Everyday Buddhist: The metta practice rests on the basis of loving oneself, or at least liking oneself. John Aske
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Morning meditation: Limitless are the practices of the bodhisattva; but first of all you should engage in the practice of purifying the mind. Shantideva
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Sixteen Buddhist Luohans: In Chinese popular imagination, monks, and mysterious hermits were often thought to be disguised Buddhist holy men
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Followers of the way: This still gives me a smile 'Selfie with the Dalai Lama'
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Replying to @anitrajford
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May all beings discover that to stay in the present is the most wonderful thing they can do — goodnight everyone, sleep well.
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Followers of the way. Wear jewels of learning, reflection, and meditation. A Simple Song of Fun by Second Dalai Lama
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Everyday Buddhist: Awareness; you can chew gum, wash up and listen to the radio at the same time and still be aware, because it includes the thing. Ajahn Sumedho
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Tantric shrine, disclosing Nirvana within the petals of a lotus. -Art Gilt bronze mandala.
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There's an old Zen saying; 'Each time it's presented, each time it's new'. Hakuin Ekaku [Mumonkan]
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ADVERT: 'Don't Take Your Life Personally’, by Ajahn Sumedho Love this book! From ⭐️⭐️⭐️ ⭐️⭐️ Review.
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Zen Buddhist: 'Field of Boundless Emptiness', by Zen Master Hongzhi
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Everyday Buddhist: ’Zen in the Park', by Arthur Braverman Shibata--Yokoyama
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Everyday Buddhist: To stay in the present is the most wonderful thing we can do.
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Buddhist meditation: When You’re on Retreat, by Ajahn Sumedho
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