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    Happy 30th! Paid Member

    To the renowned Antioch Education Abroad Buddhist Studies program. Story here. More »
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    Buddhism & Psychology podcast Paid Member

    The rapidly growing Interdependence Project has just announced its latest summer program: a 4-week series of classes on Buddhism and psychology, led by Joseph Loizzo, MD, PhD, and Miles Neale, PsyD, LMHC, both of the Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science. From the IDP website: In this four part series, Drs. More »
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    Daily Dharma, May 20, 2009 Paid Member

    Playing It Both Ways It seems as though we have no choice but to act as though the world is permanent, solid, and predictable, and, at the same time, we must realize that everything around us is impermanent, fluid, and unpredictable. If we go too far toward believing in permanence, we will be thrown when something unexpected happens. If we lean too far toward a belief in impermanence, we may fall into the trap of not setting clear goals, not achieving what is within our potential, and living irresponsibly. This can be a way of preventing ourselves from failure or sometimes protecting ourselves from success. –Marc Lesser, from Z.B.A.: Zen of Business Administration (New World Library) Want to receive Daily Dharma in your inbox every morning? More »
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    The Many Faces of Buddhism Paid Member

    The Victoria and Albert Museum in London kicked off the biggest Buddhist festival in the city's history on April 25th. The Many Faces of Buddhism, as it is called, is sponsored by the Robert H.N. Ho Foundation and will run until May 17, featuring films, dances, and artist talks. Read about the happenings at the Ho Foundation's website or in a recent Financial Times article. More »
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    Cartwheels in a Sari Paid Member

    Jayanti Tamm (a Tricycle alum) will be reading from and discussing her new memoir Cartwheels in a Sari at the Mercantile Exchange in New York City this Friday, April 17th, at 7 PM. The Mercantile Exchange is located at 17 East 47th Street between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue. Cartwheels in a Sari is the funny and amazing story of Jayanti's upbringing in the inner circle of Sri Chinmoy's ashram in Queens, New York, the painful struggle with her family, the guru, and the other disciples, that ensued when she left, and what it's like to start a new life afterward. More »
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    More on Mustang Paid Member

    Richard Gere interviews the Dalai Lama and the Raja of Mustang, the remote Himalayan kingdom between Tibet and Nepal, in the premiere of Mustang - Journey of Transformation, opening at New York City's Tribeca Film Festival on April 27. Off-limits to Westerners for five decades, Mustang was opened by the Nepalese government in 1991. More »