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Turning Word

Martin Aylward, co-founding teacher of the Tapovan Dharma Community at Le Moulin de Chaves monastery in southwestern France, talks about two Buddhist books that made a significant impact on his practice.

By Martin Aylward
marc lieberman obituary

Buddha Buzz, Openings

The Original “JuBu” Dies at 72

Dr. Marc Lieberman, an ophthalmologist and self-proclaimed Jewish Buddhist, passed away at his home in San Francisco on August 2, the New York Times reported. Calling himself a “JuBu,” Dr. Lieberman practiced both faiths and sought to bridge the gap between them. In 1989 he organized the first formal dialogue between Jewish scholars and His […]

By Amanda Lim Patton
buddhist artifacts afghanistan

Buddha Buzz, Openings

Anxiety over Afghan Artifacts

As the Taliban seized control of Afghanistan in the late summer, many questions arose about the country’s future. Among them was the fate of its artifacts, including precious Buddhist relics. National Geographic reported that archaeologists fear for the safety of artifacts and those who protect them in light of the Taliban’s history of desecration, such […]

By Alison Spiegel
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