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A Buddhist Quality. . .

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A Buddhist Quality. . .

Compassion is one of the most revered qualities in Buddhism and great compassion is a sign of a highly realized human being.

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Modern Practice. . .

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Modern Practice. . .

Although Buddhism is most predominant in Asia, it is also now widely embraced in the US.

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Vajrayana Buddhism. . .

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Vajrayana Buddhism. . .

Vajrayana Buddhism practices are connected to specific lineages in Buddhism, through the teachings of lineage holders.

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Mahayana Buddhism. . .

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Mahayana Buddhism. . .

Today we look into the most accepted and practiced form of Buddhism – Mahayana Buddhism.

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Theravada Buddhism. . .

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Theravada Buddhism. . .

This week I would like to revisit the basics of Buddhism. It is often said that we forget what we learn in order to make room for new knowledge. Now whether this is true or not is debatable but lets face it – we are human and we can and do forget. so lets begin with the many forms of Buddhism.

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Simplify. . .

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Simplify. . .

Many of us desire and accumulate unnecessary possessions like it’s an addiction.

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It Is Said. . .

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It Is Said. . .

It is said an Eastern monarch once charged his wise men to invent him a sentence to be ever in view, and which should be true and appropriate in all times and situations.

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Fully. . .

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Fully. . .

Impermanence and selflessness are not negative aspects of life, but the very foundation on which life is built.

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The Middle Way. . .

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The Middle Way. . .

The Buddha often spoke of and taught upon the values of the middle way – not to either extreme in life.

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Delicate Exchange. . .

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Delicate Exchange. . .

The Buddha taught that to realize enlightenment, a person must develop two qualities: wisdom and compassion. So if a fulfilling life is what you are after, or if you want to add some unexpected joy to your life, work in service of others. I am not referring to jobs or bosses in the traditional sense though these too can been seen as service to others. It’s truly a delicate exchange.

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