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74 Irrepressible Stories of the Nuns of Mount Jiri Cave Story By Ven. Cheonjin 04 Apr 2011 10,168
73 In Buddhist history, there has never been religiou… Prohibition of killing, non-violence, and tolerance (pluralism) are the traditions of Buddhism. Accordingly, there has never been religious wars of great scope. By Baek Chan-hong Oh My News Reporter 25 Mar 2009 10,159
72 Contemplation of Sutra in the Seon School During Ven. Jiyul’s hunger strike, for the first time in years I had the chance to recite the Diamond Sutra communally. On the second floor of the Hall of Paradise at Jogyesa, the Union of Religious Leaders held a separate one-week hunger strike, while su 10 Aug 2006 10,143
71 Duo! The cowherd complained of too much work. Then please, take a cup of tea. Duo! 14 Nov 2006 10,141
70 Great Faith, Great Courage, Great Questioning This evening I would like to follow upon what Stephen was saying in the morning about being careful, about energy, and about protecting, but I would like to look at the subject more from the perspective of the Seon tradition. Seon talks about cultivating 06 Apr 2006 10,128
69 Dharma Talk in Celebration of Vesak - Year of the … Today is the birthday of the Buddha, the one who accomplished the transcendent life of no-birth. Though you may search everywhere and never find the place in this world where it exists, within the truth of “everything is Buddha” the essence of reality is 27 Apr 2006 10,116
68 The Meaning of Buddha’s Birth The Buddha was born in a garden, under the branches of a tree, in Lumbini, a town situated near the India-Nepalese border 2543 years ago. His mother was going to her family to have her child but he arrived early. He was born in a prominent family of the G 27 Apr 2006 10,110
67 A Solution A Solution by Essayist Yi, Young-il 08 Oct 2015 10,104
66 A Happy Smile I live in an uncommon way. My head is shaved and my clothes are gray. The place I live in is different too. Most people live in a virtual marketplace, but I live in a mountain temple. There is one more difference. I live alone. Usually when people grow up 14 Apr 2006 10,096
65 Being Negative on the Way to Being Affirmative 03 Aug 2015 10,095
64 The Supreme Patriarch’s Dharma Speech for the Clo…  The Supreme Patriarch’s Dharma Speech  for the Closing of the Winter Retreat     "Closing of the Retreat Is the Starting of the Real Retreat" Seon Master Mokju Domyeong called to a practitioner, "Venerable sir!" When the practitioner turned his face ar 06 Mar 2007 10,063
63 When You Let It Go, You Feel Happy Even With Very … Essay From The Lotus Lantern, Spring Edition 07 Jul 2011 10,052
62 Irrepressible Stories of the Nuns of Mount Jiri A Life of Dedication Ven. Cheonjin 01 Jul 2011 10,051
61 Buddha’s Large Head and Bodhisattva’s Short Legs Buddha’s Large Head and Bodhisattva’s Short Legs 13 Oct 2011 9,979
60 A Stranger in His Hometown The supreme, profound, and sublime dharma is difficult to meet even in a billion eons. But now I have been fortunate enough to have seen it, heard it, received it and kept it. I vow to attain the true meaning of the Tathagata. Homage to the dharmas that 12 Jul 2006 9,951
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