Two Buddhisms? Try ‘Inherited’ and ‘Acquired’ Buddhists
Source : Buddhist Council of Canada (2013-05-01)
“Two Buddhisms?”, the interviewer asked me. “No”, I said, “there are as many Buddhisms as there are Buddhists”, I said. What I meant, of course, was that one’s PRACTICE of Buddhism was different from the practice of ...
Nothing lasts forever: not even the universe
Source : Buddhistdoor International (2013-02-21)
The discovery of a particle most likely to be the Higgs boson (simplistically cal...
What is the Role of the Buddhist Sangha in the 21st Century?
Source : Buddhistdoor International (2013-01-07)
Editor’s note: Venerable Dhammapala is the Director of Buddhistdoor (both the Chi...
Welcome to Buddhistdoor - Buddhistdoor Introductory Message
Source : Tung Lin Kok Yuen (2013-01-01)
Editor’s note: The following welcome is Robert H. N. Ho’s message to ...
Jawaharlal Nehru's Statements on the Buddha and Buddhism
Source : Buddhistdoor International (2012-12-18)
The Buddha emphasized many times that the doctrine he preached was understandable...
We need to talk more about death
Source : Buddhistdoor International (2012-11-15)
The Guardian has this excellent interview with Anglican priest Giles Fraser, who ...
The Pigeon that Converted Me to Buddhism
Source : Buddhistdoor International (2012-11-01)
For anyone who has ever owned and loved a pet, losing an animal can be one of lif...
Tradition and Innovation: Western Visions of Buddhist Community
Source : Buddhistdoor International (2012-07-30)
My Italian friend once teased me about being a yes-man for the institution of the...
Indophile: Why Buddhism is always "Indian"
Source : Buddhistdoor (2011-11-20)
A while ago I gave a rambling rant about the land of Kemet, today known less esot...
Buddhism and Politics: Patronage, Consolidation and Benevolence
Source : Buddhistdoor International (2011-07-16)
‘It is a truism that almost any sect, cult, or religion will legislate its ...