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Thoughts on Raghu Rai's 'The Album: Family & Friends'

Raj Lalwani turns the pages of Raghu Rai’s warm and fuzzy memoir, and is drawn into memories of his own.

Looking at a family album is much like looking into a keyhole and a mirror at the same time. 949 more words

First impressions of the Dalai Lama

I got to attend a teaching today with the Dalai Lama.  It was a very big deal for me.  Truly, a bucket list item.  If you have been reading here for a while, you know this was a mutli=year chase for me, with endless setbacks.  1,305 more words

His Holiness Is Teaching Now On Bodhicitta :-)

Live webcasts are available right now for His Holiness teaching on ‘A Guide to the Bodhisattva’s Way of Life’ by Shantideva.

His Holiness will continue his teachings from Chapter 4 of Shantideva’s “A Guide to the Bodhisattva’s Way of Life” at the request of Nalanda Shiksha at the Main Tibetan Temple in Dharamsala. 47 more words



Capitalism is dead! Or is it? A recent article in Time Magazine, “Saving Capitalism” by Rana Foroohar, tackled the topic head-on, highlighting a concern as old as the system itself: with Wall Street now more invested in its own force than in actual people, financial wizards conjuring a quick million faster than Mom ‘n Pop can wave a white flag and “corporate greed” widely accepted as “status quo” – is the system that once propelled young dreamers to new heights so lost to self-interest and gross margin that it no longer serves its primary purpose, sustaining the American economy? 403 more words