Watch the Tricycle Web Exclusive Jeff Bridges and Bernie Glassman: A Conversation, click here.
Jeff Bridges is scheduled to perform and present at the Symposium for Western Socially Engaged Buddhism.
What is Dudeism?
According to dudeism.com, a website dedicated to deploying the…Continue
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Watch it at Danny fisher’s blog
Bikkhu Bodhi, who is a leader of Buddhist Global Relief, will be participating in a panel and leading a discussion on the Roots of Socially Engaged Buddhism at…Continue
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The May issue of Bearing Witness: the Free Newsletter on Western Socially Engaged Buddhism explores the role of online technology in the…Continue
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Adding to the shift towards online teaching events and learning communities already taken by Buddhist magazines Tricycle and Shambhala Sun as well as groups like the Peacemaker Institute and Prison Dharma Network, two other purely online Dharma media groups are…Continue
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On Sunday, March 28, 2010, Sensei Eve Myonen Marko inducted Judith Myoki Brier as the third senior to the Montague Farm Zendo, the practice center of the Zen Peacemakers Mother House. . The ceremony finished a 4-day…Continue
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Pat Coffey, MEd, Senior Teacher, began his meditation practice over 30
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I vividly remember my first night of teaching. I drove alone into the prison parking lot with trepidation and excitement. The drizzling damp
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Our justice system isn't set up for transforming our karma. It's not about reconciliation between people, it's not about restoring the community to balance, bringing wholeness, after someone
has offended. It's patriarchal, and hierarchical and it does not bring
us together to talk directly. One of the things that's wrong, is that
our system doesn't help either the victims or the offenders to reach
any kind of wholeness.
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