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Thought for the Day

“As long as you find something beautiful, good, and true to believe in and abide by, you have the equivalent of God in your life.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh

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Thought for the Day, Monday 1st July 2013.

“Anyone can practice some nonviolence, even soldiers. Some army generals, for example, conduct their operations in ways that avoid killing innocent people; this is a kind of nonviolence. To help soldiers move in the nonviolent direction, we have to be … Continue reading

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Thought for the Day

We have negative mental habits that come up over and over again. One of the most significant negative habits we should be aware of is that of constantly allowing our mind to run off into the future. Perhaps we got … Continue reading

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THought for the Day Thursday 9th May 2013

“Friendship is the only cure for hatred, the only guarantee of peace.” ~The Buddha

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Akong Rinpoche on his 73rd Birthday

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Thought for the Day, Saturday 4th May 2013

“If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete.” ~The Buddha

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About Buddhism

About Buddhism The greatest achievement is selflessness. The greatest worth is self-mastery. The greatest quality is seeking to serve others. The greatest precept is continual awareness. The greatest medicine is the emptiness of everything. The greatest action is not conforming … Continue reading

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Albert Einstein – “The distinction between the past, present and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion” I remember Ian saying that Einstein thought that Buddhism was the only “religion” that made any sense. Have a good festive season, Namaste, … Continue reading

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