|What does Buddhism have to offer science? (Seed Magazine.com/wiseattention.org)|
|Man comes to see Ven. Matthieu Ricard.|
I'm a bit worn out. It's kind of a long walk from my house. I wonder if you might have time to answer some questions?
|Can Buddhism be practiced on a lawn in Central Asia? Sure (steppemagazine.com).|
PRENTICE: In a word, Buddhism.
|Remember your questions? (koreabang.com)|
|The Buddha was born in Central Asia.|
|Shaolin monks, Kung Fu Monastery, Hunan Province, China (Ana Paola Pineda/flickr.com)|
|Monk fights back against police (ki-media).|
|Good tiger (forum.bodybuilding.com).|
|Karmapa and Dalai Lama (wiseattention)|
|Mahayana Buddhist monk at peace in a field of daisies (Yi Jue/imgarcade.com)|
|The first part of the famous Kalama Sutra|
- [This is the first message of the Buddha's Kalama Sutra. Although this discourse is frequently cited as the Buddha's encouragement to follow one's own sense of right and wrong, it actually says something much more rigorous than that. Traditions are not to be followed simply because they are traditions.]
|Science confirms happiness (indiatimes.com).|
Well, what word can I use but "suffering"? I suppose that's why I got interested in Buddhism — because it talks about suffering and the way to the end of suffering. If some kind of deliverance is really possible, I'd like to achieve it. More