recentpopularlog in

buddhism

« earlier   
Philosophia Buddhica: January 2018
the author speaks of a buddhist algonomy...
Buddhism 
23 hours ago by RobertDaoust
净空法师:念力的秘密分享 文字版(1---5集)_如果
「人体的构造与天线有某些相似之处,是看不见信息的接收器,还是信号的发送者」。

重视大自然的生活。这个很有道理,人生在世要活得快乐、活得自在,每天去为钱忙著辛苦,搞了一生,最后死了一文钱也带不去,一生白忙了,那个是真的没有智慧。真有智慧的人,中国古人,只要能吃饱、能穿暖,有个小房子遮蔽风雨,他就自在得不得了,真的快乐。
buddhism  life-mission 
yesterday by mathinker
The Development of Loving-kindness
[J]ust as in the night, at the moment of dawn, the morn­ing star shines forth, bright and brilliant, even so, whatever grounds there are for making merit productive of a future birth, all these do not equal a sixteenth part of the mind-release of loving-kindness.

-- from The Udana &The Itivuttaka Translated by John D. Ireland. Buddhist Publication Society 1997. Buddhism Now November 2001
Buddhism now | buddhismnow.com | 18 jan 2013
buddhism  buddhism-trdtn-all  buddhism-metta  loving-kindness  dharma  dharma-00-core  dharma-foundation1-core  format-verse  type-teaching 
8 days ago by tometaxu
Nirvana can seem an exotic metaphysical idea until you look closer | Aeon Essays
The liberation that Bhikkhu Bodhi is talking about is, in the first instance, a liberation from perpetual rebirth, a liberation that will fully kick in at the end of this life cycle. But it is also liberation in the here and now, liberation from the suffering that tanha brings – liberation from the craving to capture pleasant feelings and to escape unpleasant feelings, liberation from the persistent desire for things to be different than they are. (The Buddha famously said that human life as ordinarily lived involves persistent suffering, but ‘suffering’ is a translation of the ancient word dukkha, whose connotations also include ‘unsatisfactoriness’ – a connotation that well captures the Buddhist view of suffering’s nature and roots.)
buddhism 
10 days ago by altoii
Householder (Buddhism) - Wikiwand
In English translations of Buddhist texts, householder denotes a variety of terms. Most broadly, it refers to any layperson, and most narrowly, to a wealthy and prestigious familial patriarch.[1] In contemporary Buddhist communities, householder is often used synonymously with laity, or non-monastics.
buddhism  overview  practices  lay  layity  refuge  precepts  layperson 
11 days ago by craigrosa
Shock, Disruption, and Waking Up through Performance Art
"FluxBuddha at the Rubin Museum explores the role of Buddhism in the Fluxus avant-garde movement and challenges us to reconsider who we think we are."
art  performance  performanceart  buddhism  fluxus  2018  fluxbuddha  ubinmuseum  christopherkelley 
11 days ago by robertogreco

Copy this bookmark:





to read