An inmate learns of his cousin’s death.
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The verses of “The 37 Practices of Bodhisattvas” describe practices to transform the way we think and how we act toward others.
A moving letter and poem from an inmate grieving his cousin’s suicide.
A student searches for peace after the death of her child.
More on how to support someone who is suicidal, in line with National Suicide Prevention Day on September 10.
Venerable Thubten Chodron shares resources in anticipation of suicide prevention day on September 10.
The transition from the intermediate state to a new rebirth based on explanations in the Lamrim Chenmo and the Gomchen Lamrim.
Factors affecting our death, and the importance of the state of mind at death. What happens in the intermediate state and the length of time one remains there.
A newly-diagnosed health problem brings a practitioner face to face with the reality of impermanence.
How to reflect on the dukkha of birth, aging, sickness and death to generate the aspiration for liberation. Guided meditation on the dukkha of aging