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Poverty: Defy the Stigma

One of my facebook friends — actually, I dare say, my favorite teacher from my days in public school — posted the following quote this evening: The poverty of our century is unlike that of any other. It is not, as poverty was before, the result of natural scarcity, but of a set of priorities […]

Moment in Time: Aly’s Gift

I didn’t photograph the act itself, so this image comes with a short story: My daughter, as we walked through my shrine room right before bed, picked up a small polished orange-ish brown stone and decided she would offer it to the Buddha — placing it as shown, directly in his lap. Even a two year old can […]

Support the Nuns; Disappointing Responses

I spend some of my time each morning reading on a couple of Buddhist forums. Generally I find these forums to be very supportive toward my practice, but occasionally even these can result in disappointment. Yesterday someone posted a link to a rather peculiar site which is advertising 7-days of Ajahn Brahm’s time in exchange for being […]

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