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Loving Budapest

I love travelling and it doesn’t matter where it is to. I was lucky to be able to spend this summer gone in Budapest, Hungary. 828 more words

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L. A. Marzulli

Ebola In America: The Confirmed Case In Dallas, Texas Could Change Everything

http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/ebola-in-america-the-confirmed-case-in-dallas-texas-could-change-everything

Ebola has come to America.  Air travel between the United States and the countries of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone should have been totally shut down except for absolutely essential personnel but it wasn’t.  1,472 more words

L. A. Marzulli

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We cannot become Buddhas based on our own efforts

In my previous post, I wrote:

We cannot become Buddhas based on our own efforts.

I had promised to unpack this previous post. I’ll tackle this first assertion first, since it may be the most problematic for Buddhists.

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Pure Land

Namaste - Tibet Buddha - Car, Truck, Notebook, Vinyl Decal Sticker #2318 | Vinyl Color: White buy

Namaste – Tibet Buddha – Car, Truck, Notebook, Vinyl Decal Sticker #2318 | Vinyl Color: White

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Reality check again..

This is my other baby. She could fit in my palm when we first adopted her. So tiny so cute. She is almost 9 years old now, only ways about 5 pounds. 747 more words

Wrong Livelihood | Abhaya-cariya

The training rule to refrain from wrong livelihood has given me much to consider over the years since I began to practice more seriously. In essence, this prefept is nothing more than the expression of the five basic precepts in a work environment. 46 more words

Dhamma

Donation 6: Rāhu jāto, bandhanam jātam

I’m hoping if we ever meet that I might take you for a walk in the countryside. This is what I do on weekends, take myself off for a 10 mile ramble, either in The Chilterns, the Thames Valley, or if I’m feeling particularly flush: The South Downs. 518 more words