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  • The Art of Undermining your Significant Other Paid Member

    One of America’s most under-appreciated talents is the sheer genius of its married and unmarried couples in using the language and insights of therapy to destroy their relationships. Decades ago, when psychoanalysis was all the rage, husbands and wives found that throwing a few Freudian insights into their arguments gave both an air of authority to their dismissive judgments of each other and a death-dealing blow to the survival of a healthy relationship. If your parents knew any Freudian jargon, you may remember exchanges like this: More »
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    According to the creators of Tiger Balm, this is what Buddhist hell looks like Paid Member

    Most children expect a day of carefree fun and enjoyment when visiting a theme park. Singapore's Haw Par Villa, however, aims to educate its visitors. That is, through grotesque and terrifying 3D displays of Buddhist hells. More »
  • Tintin discovers Edward Said. Paid Member

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    News Brief: Mindfulness Conquers World Paid Member

    This just in from The NewsLeek, Buddhism's Finest News Source. BOSTON, May 1, 2013—The International Mindfulness Foundation (IMF) today announced that mindfulness has officially succeeded in conquering the world. “Now that global leaders in business, government, the military, health care, academia, and the media have fully embraced the practice of mindfulness at home and in the workplace,” stated IMF chairman Hugh Briss at a major press conference, “we at IMF have declared full and final victory in the war on mindlessness.” More »
  • Giggle Reel: The Dalai Lama Paid Member

    Cambridge University paper The Tab has compiled a reel of all the Dalai Lama's chortles from a press conference this morning in Cambridge, England. We challenge you to watch without cracking a smile.     More »
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    Guess Who's Buddhist Now? Jennie Garth Paid Member

    Guess who's Buddhist now? Jennie Garth! The paparazzi snapped the Beverly Hills, 90210 actress in Los Angeles on Monday carrying Eight Steps to Happiness: The Buddhist Way of Loving Kindness, a commentary on the Eight Verses for Training the Mind by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso of the New Kadampa tradition. So I guess we'll have to wait and see if Jennie is really the latest celebrity to jump on the Buddhist bandwagon. We'll know for sure when she comes out with her own meditation program... More »