A pilgrim at Kalachakra
15/07/2011 08:15 (GMT+7)
Washington D.C., USA -- The Dalai Lama made remarks in both English and Tibetan on the opening day of the Kalachakra. Even though I don’t speak the language, I found myself equally engaged when he spoke Tibetan. As I watched him, I recalled seeing His Holiness link arms with George Bush a few years ago when he received the Congressional Gold Medal.
The Dalai Lama completes Preliminary Teachings
15/07/2011 08:14 (GMT+7)
Washington DC, USA, 11 July 2011 - On July 11 His Holiness left early in the morning for the Verizon Center to continue his preparatory rituals.  Thereafter, he visited the offices of Radio Free Asia where he was received by its President Libby Liu and other senior officials.

Zen And Buddhism
15/07/2011 03:19 (GMT+7)
People often ask, "Is Zen a form of Buddhism?" The answer to this question is both yes and no. The answer should be "Yes" because, historically speaking, Zen is a form of Buddhism which was founded by Bodhidharma in China in the sixth century. It developed in China and Japan, later taking the form of the 'Zen sect', with its own particular temples, rituals, priesthoods, and religious orders. In this sense, Zen should be called a form of Buddhism which stands side by side with other forms of Buddhism, such as the T'ien-t'ai sect, the Hua-yen sect, the Chen-yen sect, and the Ching-t'u sect, i.e., Pure Land Buddhism. Further, not only in terms of temples, rituals, priesthood, and religious orders, but also in terms of teaching, thought, and practice, Zen, in the course of its long history, has come to have its own particular forms comparable to the other schools of Buddhism. This may be called the 'traditional Zen sect'.
A Common Buddhist Chanting in English
14/07/2011 00:59 (GMT+7)
Chanting plays an important role in the practice, preservation and continuation of the Buddha Dharma throughout the centuries. Various Buddhist traditions have developed Buddhist chanting over time either in Pali or other national languages in harmony with their cultural and ethnic traditions

Buddhist Charity and Community Work
14/07/2011 00:33 (GMT+7)
One of the Buddhist teaching is to be「merciful」. 《Da Zhi Du Lun》Chapter 27 explained :「Great mercy gives everybody happiness, whereas the great sympathy aims to take away their pain.」This compassionate and sympathetic behavior should be offered to everybody in need, irrespective of whether you know him or not. Everybody is treated equally, their pain looked upon as if your own with no discrimination. Eventually it is extended to all creatures with feeling, so that you always treat them with pity and love. I would like to take this opportunity to discuss with you my title「Buddhist Charity and Community Work」.
Buddhist Charity
14/07/2011 00:01 (GMT+7)
Buddhist charity is not only the need of socialization of charity, but also the important way for the weak social communities to obtain the social supports. To develop the active function of Buddhist charity in constructing harmonious society, Buddhism circle should cultivate and improve the concept of Buddhist charity, building effective mechanism to it, create social credibility of it, and build up charity brand.

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