The Dhammapada is a collection of aphorisms (pithy observations which contain general truths) that illustrate the Buddhist dhamma or moral system. “In the Dhammapada we can hear the voice of Buddha,” writes Juan Mascaró. 328 more words
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You listen to a list of tasks assigned for the day and start the work right away. You do what needs to be done (or so you think) and hand over the project with a big grin on your face. 474 more words
How to have Java installed on your PC but disabled in the browser.
Wasif Mazhar, a powerful moderator and part of the Human Capital Development Team at Telenor Pakistan, joins us for a podcast on moderatingevents and shares what goes on behind the scenes to deliver a successful moderating session. 83 more words
I have found the following article, “Buddhist Reflections on Death” by V.F. Gunaratna, to be a profound and meaningful explanation of death and dying.
The author describes the process of death and dying in terms of five universal laws of existence (each well explained) – ones that we are all intricately a part of: 13,676 more words