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Injustice

If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.” – Archbishop Desmond Tutu

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Buddhism

Uncomplicated - #haiku #buddhism

Fish out of water,
the norm is not enthralling –
uncomplicated

Haiku and photo by Stephanie Mohan – April 2015

Buddhism

How to Heal Yourself and Activate Your Chakras With Breath & Tone

by Dot Todman, Contributor, Waking Times

Using the power of Breath, Intention, and Resonance to Empower Your Voice

Though I have always been a musically expressive person, when I first heard about the chakras, I actually did not believe they were real. 710 more words

Visions

Essay on Religion: The Four Noble Truths

Everyone has his or her beliefs, faith, and philosophy in life. Such diversity implies that these beliefs and religions differ from each other. For instance, each has its own history and founder: Christianity has Jesus Christ and his apostles; Buddhism has Buddha; Confucianism has Confucius; and this goes on in other religions and philosophies as well. 889 more words

Academic Paper

Awakening the Mind and Opening the Heart

Sundays at the Shala:
Afternoon Meditation Practice & Study Group
“Awakening Mind, Opening Heart:
the Attitude Transformation Tradition”

This weekly session explores different aspects of meditation practice from those covered in the regular Tuesday evening meetings. 94 more words

Buddhism

#Buddhism, #Buddhists, #Tibet and Patheos: Get your #Interfaith Dialogue On!

This is a great year to be a #Buddhist, especially in the USA. President Barack Obama met publically with His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama… 1,201 more words

Blogging And Others' Content

Questions About my Religious Development

An old friend from high school and college just asked me some rather deep question about my religious experience and beliefs. I thought that they were interesting enough to share, both the questions and my answers. 1,164 more words

Personal

Little-Known Blogger reblogged this on Home of the Little-Known Blogger and commented:

One of the posts which established the current direction of my blog. Still pretty good.