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  • Re: Bugsy Malone

    (Quote) They were on the ground for only a couple of days, with the parents protection. They have flown. (Quote) I am learning to speak crow. I like this family of birds. Jays in particular … ((more))
    David
  • Re: The rise of compassion

    Perhaps the impure mind/samsara being is beyond classification as much as the Nirvana abiding ... https://buddhism.stackexchange.com/questions/9375/how-is-samsara-nirvana In fact samsara is a div… ((more))
    namarupakando
  • Re: The rise of compassion

    (Quote) Yes. Generating kindness in thought (intention), word and deed is a significant life changing 'precept'. This is the inner circle, the tight/small personal liberation wheel of the Hinay… ((more))
    personScottPenKundo
  • The rise of compassion

    Dear Friends, As we all know, many spiritual ideologies, including Buddhism, are based on key realisations: * Compassion, kindness and love increases by resonance and enactment * Start with … ((more))
    ScottPenpersonherbertoShoshin
  • Re: Reactivity and attachment

    Stories are a great way of presenting teaching. Many thanks @Carameltail Here are the famous Ten Bulls of zen http://www.ptmistlberger.com/the-ten-bulls-of-zen.php follow, find, furrow ((more))
    CarameltailEliz