“We have to liberate each other and ourselves. We can do this because we have a love a life. It is calling us in all our converging streams through the teachers of the main religions. I see structural violence as a way to address if we speak together that we are all victims and we are all accountable. It is the work we are born to do.” — Joanna Macy
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Department of International Relations, Faculty of Polotocal Science, Indian Studies Center of Chulalongkorn University and INEB cordially invite you “To commemorate the 126th Birth Anniversary of Dr. B.R.Ambedkar” Budhism and Dr.Ambedkar: His Contribution to...read more
Sulak Sivaraksa’s Birthday : Harvesting Fruit of Wisdom We invite you to attend to our Honorable Teacher Sulak Sivaraksa in his 84th Birthday Ceremony and to celebrate The Suksit Siam Book Store in her 50th Anniversary. On March 17, 2017. At The Royal Siam...read more
As seen and imagined by Aspi Mistry COME, said the Muse, Sing me a song no poet yet has chanted, Sing me the Universal. In this broad Earth of ours, Amid the measureless grossness and the slag, Enclosed and safe within its central heart, Nestles the seed Perfection....read more
For HuffPost’s #LoveTakesAction series, we’re telling stories of how people are standing up to hate and supporting those most threatened. What will you stand up for? Tell us with #LoveTakesAction. What can Zen Buddhism teach us about the art of effective activism in...read more
A lot of people were puzzled when Trump won the U.S. presidential election. Blogs on what to do are circulating the internet like crazy. Who’s better than the Dalai Lama to give advice during this distressing period? I attended the Dalai Lama’s birthday celebration in...read more