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Best Buddhist Websites

vinlynvinlyn Colorado...for now Veteran

Other than here, what Buddhist website do you feel is a "must visit". I want to make some recommendations to some people.

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  • federicafederica seeker of the clear blue sky Its better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to speak out and remove all doubt Moderator

    For discussion or as reference sources.. ?

  • BodhiTzuBodhiTzu Among the trees and flowers New

    Access to Insight
    Audio Dharma
    Dharma Talks
    Dharma Seed

    I like listening to Buddhist podcast teachings. Subscribe to and organize in a podcast app.

    person
  • JeffreyJeffrey Veteran
    edited August 7

    I have recently read this Buddhist website. This article seemed reassuring and inspiring about the Buddha and overcoming fear. https://buddhaweekly.com/overcoming-fear-three-remedies-fear-buddha-say-fearlessness-abhaya-sutta/

    Excerpt:

    “But a cloud can’t be born; it has come from the water in the rivers and oceans, and dust and heat of the sun have helped create it. A cloud can never die; it can only become rain or snow. A piece of paper can’t be born; it’s made of trees, the sun, the cloud, the logger and the worker in the paper factory. When we burn a piece of paper, the paper is transformed into heat, ash, and smoke; it cannot be reduced to nothingness. Birth and death are notions that cannot be applied to reality.” [3]

    Excerpt:

    In all, Buddha gave examples of four types of people who are free of fear. The journey away from fear is a lifetime one — not an overnight revelation. Buddha lived for eighty-years and died without fear. His followers likewise spent lifetimes living the eightfold path. At what point does fear completely disappear? In the case of Shakyamuni Buddha, that happened under the Bodhi Tree when he achieved Enlightenment. For us, we might not fully achieve fearlessness until we achieve significant realizations, or even Enlightenment.

    I haven't read more than this but the main website https://buddhaweekly.com looks like it could be interesting!

    lobster
  • ShakShak Veteran

    Brad Warner's Hardcore Zen is my second favorite.

  • ShoshinShoshin No one in particular Nowhere Special Veteran

    Best Buddhist Websites

    Take your pick...

    person
  • KeromeKerome Love, love is mystery The Continent Veteran

    I would start with the magazines...

    https://www.lionsroar.com
    https://tricycle.org

  • CarameltailCarameltail UK Explorer

    Huh that buddhism for vampires site is by the same guy who does the meaningness site apparently. But very different styles xP

    lobster
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