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Wisdom Publications by Alexandra Makkonen - 7M ago
Have you ever seen someone laughing in the rain? Or someone stoop-shouldered, shuffling along on a green and sunny day? Perhaps in a time ..read more
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The following text is a translation of Atiśa's instructions on the practice of Madhyamaka in meditation. Special Instructions on the ..read more
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1. THUS HAVE I HEARD. Once the Lord was staying at Rajagaha, in Jivaka Komarabhacca's mango-grove, together with a large company of some ..read more
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Wisdom Publications by Alexandra Makkonen - 8M ago
The ways to speak about the Buddha’s teachings are countless. Naturally, we teachers tend to teach what has helped us the most throughout ..read more
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This article is an excerpt of The Long Discourses of the Buddha: A Translation of the Dīgha Nikāya, translated by Maurice Walshe ..read more
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It’s a dialogue that I confess I have avoided like the plague, mainly because I despair that Buddhists, let alone Mahāsaṇdhi ..read more
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 He always acted in the most humble manner, free of any pretense or arrogance ..read more
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 Ethics, as we understand it, seems to be more directly related to human intelligence, our experiences of pleasure and pain, and our long- ..read more
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Ideally, my focus is not on how close I'm getting to my destination up the trail but on how close I'm getting to what's around me ..read more
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