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Burnout to Dharma Bum

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Insights from a year living in Plum Village By Doran from Wake Up Brighton

Lessons Learned from Living with Monastics

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Floating meditation practice: Me in the middle and a few friends, as well as Brother Harmony (Phap Man) to my right

Woulda Shoulda Coulda

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A lot of suffering By Brother Pham Hanh As I was sitting in front of my tent and the sun was slowly rising, I looked at...

Healing the Past, Transforming the Future

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Written by Br. Chan Troi Duc An Dear respected Thay, dear sisters & brothers, dear friends,  My name is Chan Troi Duc An. I am a...

Courageous Authenticity: The Ground of Dharma Sharing

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At our Wake Up Oregon retreat this past March, on the last full day together, we had the most extraordinary Dharma sharing circle that...

Detachment, Non-Caring and When Thay Passes Away

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What’s the Difference Between Detachment and Non-Caring? Brother Ngo Khong: I’ve been confronted by detachment and non-caring in my life. Often I’ve been told I...

Gatha for Healing Racial, Systemic and Social Inequity in Response to...

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Statement from ARISE* in Response to the U.S. Election, 2016 Aware of the suffering caused by racial, systemic, and social inequities, we commit ourselves, individually...

Forgiveness

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By Jonathan Borella As students of the Dharma, we practice to grow our compassion. The Metta Sutta exhorts us to “let our boundless love pervade...

How Mindfulness Transformed My Family

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By Khanh Doan Mindfulness practice, the beautiful teaching of the Buddha, profoundly interpreted by our beloved Thay, is a miracle that helps transform many lives....

A Little Angel

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By Virginie This morning, with a little sorrow, I take out my cards, mix them, and draw a little angel (it's my little joy) stroking a little cat: TENDERNESS The afternoon, inside,...

Sailing to the Other Shore

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Memories of a Winter Retreat I chose the shape of a mandala with three circles to give you a structure of my story. The frame...

Journey to Discovering True Love

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By Monastic Brother Phap Man My journey has a lot to do with love. When I was 10 years old, my parents were divorced. It...

Insights I Gained From Traveling In Cambodia

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by Monastic Sister Sinh Nghiem Before I ordained, I loved to travel, as many young people like to do nowadays after they finish high school...

Monastics Visit Wake Up New York

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Recollections and Reflections – March 4, 2016 by Rachel Rampil, Sangha member and occasional facilitator, Wake Up New York Dear Community, On the first Friday of March, Wake...

One Year at Blue Cliff Monastery

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By Nhu-Mai Nguyen The following is a letter that I submitted to the monastic sisters as part of my self Shining Light, which is a...