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First Impression...

You might be attracted by the coffee art first, then only you drink and know the taste of coffee.

Sometimes, if the coffee art is not so beautiful, the coffee glass is not presentable, you might even start to think negatively on the taste of coffee. 292 more words


Street-Smart Buddhism: Tools to Find Your Way Home

By: David Xi-Ken Astor, Sensei

We speak so often in our teaching about the core principles of Buddhism. If not directly, then by example. By now, many of you should be familiar with the awakened teachings of Siddhartha Gotama, the principle of the Four Ennobling Truths, the Eightfold Path, impermanence, not-self, the principle of interdependent co-origination (or dependent origination), to name a few. 2,061 more words

"Dukha" (suffering) - Aung San Su Kyi

“Dukha is not something we can avoid as human beings but if we share it together, it feels a bit less bad.”

– Aung San Su Kyi, June 14, 2014, Civic Society Felicitation Event Speech, Army Club, Kathmandu… 79 more words