What Does Being A Buddhist Mean To You

Re: Raising Your Children Buddhist

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Re: Raising Your Children Buddhist

Craig and Devra Morton Builder and Psychotherapist Austin, Texas When we go to sitting meditation our son, who’s five-and-a-half, goes and sits there and either reads a book or eats something, and he also puts Goldfish in the Buddha’s hand. We try to let him know that he shouldn’t try to be anything other than […]

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Re: Anti-Aging Cream

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Re: Anti-Aging Cream

  Ann Setko IversenPotterVancouver, Washington “I listen to the sounds of nature and follow its suggestions in daily life. The whole universe is one nonstop motion of flowing time that all things are subject to. We’re born, and decay. What a fuss. The use of anti-aging cream, if such a thing exists, seems a wasteful […]

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Children Talking about “Buddha”

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Children Talking about “Buddha”

  Evan Sholle, age 7  Ossining, New York “The Buddha was a guy who sat under the Bodhi tree until he understood the meaning of life.” Caroline Kornfield, age 8  Woodacre, California  “I think.

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Re: Reincarnation

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Re: Reincarnation

  Elaine Waller-Rose Los Angeles, CaliforniaPsychotherapist and Social Worker“Before I became a Buddhist, I felt some sort of rebirth needed to occur in order to work out one’s difficulties and move to a higher.

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Re: Eating Meat

Jon PendletonReston, VirginiaAssistant Bookstore Manager                             “I don’t eat red meat, but I do eat chicken and seafood. I don’t believe.

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