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Are Your Blessings Going Up In Smoke?

by Shen Shi'an, the Buddhist Channel, Oct 5, 2015

The lay Buddhist precepts are
encouraged for all to uphold always,
especially in times being tempted,
by greed, hatred and delusion.
  - Stonepeace


Dharma Voices for Animals

Daily Mirror, September 28, 2015

Colombo, Sri Lanka -- In the afterglow of Binara Poya, we need to reflect on the Buddha Dhamma’s main theme “May all beings be happy” and on some practical issues connected to it.   At a time when United States policies, especially on human rights issues, are being widely discussed in Sri Lanka, we wish to focus today on the San Diego based ‘Dharma Voices for Animals’ (DVA).


Fed up of romance sims? Buddhist-themed visual novel coming to Android and iOS

by Cara Clegg, Rocket News 24, Sept 3, 2015

Tokyo, Japan -- There’s already a whole bunch of dating sim titles aimed at both men and women available to play on your phone or tablet. But for those who are fed up of sappy, cliché boy-meets-girl stories there’s a new addition to the growing range of visual novels available on mobile platforms that is set to tell a unique story focusing not on romance, but on the Buddhist religion.


What Buddhism says about money and meaning

by CHRIS TAYLOR, Reuters, Aug. 27, 2015

NEW YORK, USA -- Buddhism, which holds that wealth is temporary and no path to happiness, might not sound like the best source for money wisdom.


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Adopting A Buddhist Ritual To Mourn Miscarriage, Abortion

by Deena Prichep , NPR, August 15, 2015

Clatskanie, Ore (USA) -- When parents lose a child, there are rituals to mark their grief - holding funerals, sitting shiva, bringing casseroles. But when that loss happens before birth, it often isn't marked. Sometimes, it's barely even mentioned. It's different in Japan, which has a traditional Buddhist ceremony that some Americans are adopting as their own.


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