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Death, Dying and Impermanence: An American Expat and His German Wife Tackle Life's Biggest Questions

Not too long ago, I had a birthday which pushed me closer to 40 years old than 30. I took a close look in the mirror, saw a few more gray hairs on my head, and even a few new ones in my eyebrows. 697 more words



Architecture is not something to be thought or produced for later, like the standard-bearer for a morality. It can only be negotiated live, in its contingency on a situation and its solubility in a set of givens. 207 more words


Annica, Impermanence

“Impermanent are all component things,
They arise and cease, that is their nature:
They come into being and pass away,
Release from them is bliss supreme.” 342 more words


Buddham Sharanam Gachchami

I recently worked with clay in creating a sculpture of Shakyamuni Buddha in meditative equipoise. It took me three months to work on the same.   21 more words


Impermanence, by Yangsi Rinpoche

We have been talking and reflecting so much about impermanence in our classes and in teachings and studies of Buddhism. But we have been actually shown impermanence in real life by the passing of our dear faculty member & friend Jim. 118 more words

Yangsi Rinpoche

Now is the most important thing. Right now.

Why is this moment the most important moment ever?

1. Your precious human birth makes this moment the most important ever. There is no other moment because it is only NOW that you are alive. 154 more words