A common space for harmonic peacemakers
We talk to George Saunders about his Man Booker prize-nominated novel Lincoln in the Bardo, which blurs the line between the living and the dead. Lincoln in the Bardo, by renowned American short story writer (and Buddhist) George Saunders, is surely the first major novel to use the Tibetan word bardo in the title. The […]
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The new indie film "A Ghost Story" is a tender meditation on Buddhist themes like impermanence and bardo. And, it’s also boring.
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“Mindfulness practice is simple and completely feasible, says Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. "Just by sitting and doing nothing, we are doing a tremendous amount.”
"There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth:
not going all the way, and not starting."
~ The Buddha
My house says to me,
"Do not leave me, for here dwells your past."
And the road says to me,
"Come and follow me, for I am your future. "
~ Khalil Gibran
Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart.
Who looks outside, dreams.
Who looks inside, awakens.
~ Carl Gustav Jung
Before he died, he said: ''My work will be continued by those who suffer.''
As I walked out the door toward my freedom
I knew that if I dit not leave all the anger, hatred and bitternes behind
That I would still be in Prison.
~ Nelson Mandela
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