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The Calm After the Storm

I have to write about Purim and Magha Puja and a bunch of other stuff.  But right now, I can barely type, let alone try to synthesise this week.  1,530 more words



happiness… huh…. Out of anything in the world, this is the thing I am most unsure of. Obtaining happiness isn’t one that is easy as everybody would say, but some says it is so. 505 more words


The Waking Dream

We grasp
This cannot go…”

Yet every moment
Comes & Goes
Seasons change
The world turns
Days are born & die
Everything… 96 more words


Tickled by Tibet--

Well now. . .in Tibet we have everything: freshly slaughtered cattle, crisp sunrises, glorious vistas, Buddhist temples and monks, endless ‘pilgrims’ burning incense and saying prayers, amazing mountains, etc.   144 more words


Dalai Lama: “India has great potential to help the world” - Maria Wirth

“Christianity and Islam have a terrible historical record, Indian traditions do not. There were many different ways of worship in India yet all lived peacefully together—till the dogmatic religions, Islam and Christianity, arrived on the scene, and Hindus became their victims.” – Maria Wirth… 1,658 more words


The Path in a Single Word

Practicing with “buddho” I have at times experienced doubt, restlessness and even aversion but what is truly inspiring about this method is that it seems too be almost holographic in nature. 174 more words