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10 Lessons From ‘The Fault In Our Stars’

Oct. 2 | There is no way to know that your last good day is your last good day. At that time, it’s just another decent day. – Hazel Grace Lancaster (‘The Fault In Our Stars’, by John Green) Here are 10 existential lessons inspired by the...

Is Mercy-Killing Really Merciful?

Jan. 26 | Question: My dog is very sick. Is there any Buddhist chant to help her feel better, or prepare for a better rebirth? Answer: Yes. (All of the advice below is applicable to humans as well…) There are many Buddhist ways to help. Here is perhaps one...

Two Proven Pain-Free Solutions For Meditators

May. 2 | The only good about suffering is that it reminds us that it is good to rise above it. – Stonepeace A recurring problem for many beginner meditators (and those who practise chanting, which is essentially a meditative practice too) is that of physical...

The Story of the Needle Versus the Knife

Nov. 30 | When empathy arises, apathy falls away. When compassion arises, cruelty falls away. – Stonepeace While having a vegetarian lunch with Geshe Dorji Damdul (an appointed translator of H.H. the Dalai Lama) last Sunday with the good company of Dharma...
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