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Is This Skillful? One of the Most Important Question in Buddhist Practice

This talk by Thanissaro Bhikkhu is offered as a helpful follow-up to my recent posts on how the Buddha answered (or didn’t answer!) “hard questions,” such as why is there evil and where did it come from? See: Buddhism’s Practical Answer to the Problem of Evil-Part 1 The Buddha’s Silence-and the Problem of Evil Buddhism’s […]

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Karma-no big deal, just the way things work

Karma-just the way things work In Buddhism, dharma has many meanings but at its simplest level, dharma is just the way things work.  When through experience, suffering, and observation, you gain genuine insight into how the world really works, in that moment you are an awakened one. Why we are fooled about life The problem […]

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