An update on the meditation pagoda constructed by the Buddhist study group at a corrections center in Washington State.
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Teaching on the six roots of dispute, and the principle of ‘survival of the most cooperative.’
A discussion on ways in which the structure of monastery life serves to transform our minds.
There is little we can do to correct injustice in the world if our minds are out of control with deluded thoughts and emotions.
Ways in which we can put our meditations on equanimity into practice to benefit others.
Cada uno de nosotros necesita encontrar la combinación correcta de estudio, práctica y servicio que se ajuste a nuestras vidas.
Each of us needs to find the right combination of study, practice, and service that fits into our lives.
Covering the Prologue by His Holiness on what it means to be a 21st Century Buddhist and starting the Preface, which lays out the history and purpose.
Specific ways to create merit by benefiting others with a compassionate attitude. How Nagarjuna’s advice for compassionate governing is still relevant today.
How Nagarjuna’s advice to a leader is still relevant for leaders in modern times including, important qualities of leaders, social programs and prisons.