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    Me me me Paid Member

    Ever feel like sometimes we don't really listen to one another? Wild Fox Zen recently posted this cartoon: More »
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    Baby Nirvana Paid Member

    Some have called Mila's Daydreams the cutest site on the internet. That depends on your taste, of course, but we liked "Nirvana": [Image: Adele Klo/Mila's Daydreams] More »
  • Buddhist priest action hero Paid Member

    Miroku is a Japanese Buddhist priest action hero (right). Here are his stats from the distributor: Name: Miroku Gender: Male Race: Human Occupation: Buddhist Monk Weapons: Wind Tunnel, his staff and talisman Hobbies: [CENSORED] Love interest: Sango and all other female Below are pictures of Miroku with Sango, his love interest, although, as you can see above, he also loves "all other female[s]," which earns him the occasional slap from her. They're a lovely couple but Miroku has some pretty unpriestly tendencies. For instance, we read this about him at the $3.99 Anime Shop: More »
  • Stumbling into the Buddha in Brooklyn Paid Member

    I have always found it interesting when books seem to randomly, perhaps auspiciously, find their way into my life. I find it particularly interesting when these books are dharma books. I am sure many of you out there have experienced this as well, but occasionally it is as if we do not find certain teachings, but they find us. More »
  • Meditation comic: Still tongues don't swallow Paid Member

    Among the many difficulties encountered during meditation: tongue placement. Image from Sit Illustrated © 2010 Sunship Productions More »
  • Dudeism=Buddhism? Paid Member

    What is Dudeism? According to, a website dedicated to deploying the wisdom of The Dude (Jeff Bridges) from the comedy The Big Lebowski, Dudeism is a religion with the following creed: The idea is this: Life is short and complicated and nobody knows what to do about it. So don’t do anything about it. Just take it easy, man. Stop worrying so much whether you’ll make it into the finals. Kick back with some friends and some oat soda and whether you roll strikes or gutters, do your best to be true to yourself and others – that is to say, abide. In short, Dudeism is not Buddhism. More »