Monthly Archives: March 2011

Dalai Lama Stepping Down as Political Leader: Progress, Fear, Skillful Means, and Sadness

From work, Below is an excerpt from a very interesting article on the Dalai Lama’s recent decision to abdicate his role as the political leader of the Tibetan people and the ongoing aftermath of the decision. In stepping down, the … Continue reading

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fresh paint

These were just finished a few blocks from our apartment. by Tristan Eaton by How & Nosm

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Poet Laureate

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I am and face I

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The Tibetan Book of the Dead, DMT, and Entering the Void

From work: One could refer to [The Tibetan Book of the Dead] as “The Tibetan Book of Birth.” The book is not based on death as such, but on a completely different concept of death. It is a “Book of … Continue reading

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Three Practices for Japan

From work: Even with the vast amount of information available to us through the media and internet, the amount of destruction, death, and suffering that is a result of the earthquake, tsunami, and subsequent nuclear catastrophe in Japan is hard … Continue reading

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Sir Isaac Buddha and a Silly Question

Yesterday, when I got to work and learned of the earthquake and tsunami that had just hit Japan I posted a blog about it, a simple blurb, photo, and link from New York Times coverage followed by various updates throughout … Continue reading

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Japan

Redcross Disaster Relief http://bit.ly/fPbTbm or text REDCROSS to 90999 for a quick, easy $10 donation. How To Help Japan: Earthquake Relief Options (Huffington Post) From the National Post:

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Straight outa Belfast

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iPhones apps, Conflict Minerals, and Awareness

Posted today at work, Last Thursday, our Editor & Publisher James posted the blog What kind of Buddhist iPhone app do you want? As you can probably guess (and as is stated in the blog), we are looking into developing … Continue reading

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