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Posts for Youth

"Season's Greetings" from Venerable Metteyya

2010 December 20

May "The Buddha" inspire and awaken new joy in you for the holiday season and new year.

"Dhamma Gita: Music of Young Practitioners Inspired by The Dhamma" by Hanuman Goleman

2010 May 04

A recent album of modern Buddhist music represents the unique voices of a new generation of practitioners.

"Family Life as Practice" by John Makransky

2010 March 19

Buddhist “non-attachment” is sometimes misconstrued as “non-loving.” But in the Buddhist view, self-protective clinging prevents us from loving our families more unconditionally, powerfully, and enjoyably.

"Mindfulness in 2 Minutes" by Chade-Meng Tan

2010 March 17

To "just be" is simultaneously the most ordinary and the most precious experience in life.

Jane Hirshfield: "Leaving the Palace"

2010 March 16

"There is no knowledge won without sacrifice and this is one of the hard truths of human existence; in order to gain anything you must first lose everything."

"Love Lessons" by Lama Surya Das

2010 March 01

For our children’s sake, it is vitally important that we try to live up to our own principles in life, walk our talk, and practice what we preach.

"Mindful Teaching and Teaching Mindfulness" by Deborah Schoeberlein

2010 March 01

Students learn as much if not more from what we do as teachers and how we are, than from what we say.

 

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