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World: Dalai Lama Says Extremism Not Representative Of Faith by Joyce Davis
The "simple Buddhist monk," as he calls himself, was clearly the darling of the public session on interfaith dialogue. Behind the scenes, the Dalai Lama was intensely curious about his surroundings and those around him. In private discussions, he eagerly engaged some of the world's leading religious thinkers on questions of extremism, tolerance, and faith.
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Shortcuts: How to achieve inner peace by Jackie Dent for CNN
(CNN) -- We all crave inner peace but the path -- cruelly -- is never easy. As Homer Simpson so succinctly put it: "This inner peace stuff is a tough on the ol' coconut."
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Buddhist nun here to teach meditation by Ryan nadel, THE JERUSALEM POST, Oct. 11, 2006
The Dharma Friends of Israel, an Israeli network of individuals who study and practice Buddhism and meditation, regularly brings teachers of Buddhism to the country. Tenzin, originally from London, came for the first time at the end of September to teach courses and lead retreats for three weeks. The lectures and retreats were held in various locations across the country, most of them at Kibbutz Tuval in the North.
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Leader of India’s depressed castes Kanshiram dead by M Rama Rao, Asian tribune, October 10, 2006
His body was consigned to flames on the banks of Yamuna here according to the Buddhist traditions in the presence of top political leaders, large number of his supporters and two sisters and a brother.Kanshiram’s tryst with Dalit cause took off in 1978.Kanshiram’s tryst with Dalit cause took off in 1978.
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Hospital settlement talks include Buddhist Medical Foundation by The Buddhist Channel, Oct 10, 2006
New York, USA -- After a 7 month protracted silence, Bumrungrad Hospital has appointed a new attorney to represent itself in talks with counsel appointed by James Goldberg, a father whose 23 year old son died suddenly and under mysterious circumstances at Bumrungrad Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand.
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Neglected Buddhist site decks up to woo tourists by Newindpress, October 10 2006
GUNTUR, India -- Thanks to the State Government’s Archaeology department, a hitherto neglected and largely unknown Buddhist site on Krishna-Khammam border could soon become part of the Buddhist tourism circuit.
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100,000 to Become Buddhists in Hydrabad on 14th October by Vishvapani, http://www.ambedkar2006.blogspot.com/, The Buddhist Channel, Oct 9, 2006
Hydrabad , India -- A hundred thousand people will become Buddhists in Hydrabad on 14th October in a huge meeting in the East Indian state of Andra Preadesh, that will include up to 400,000 people. The chief organizer is KSR Murthy, a former member of India’s parliament, the Lok Sabha.
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Marian event features Buddhist Monk by Fond du Lac Reporter, October 9, 2006
The Buddha's teaching of the Four Noble Truths and the Noble Eightfold Path will be discussed, including how they can be applied to the War on Terror, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the military coup in Thailand.
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Plea for elimination of `destructive' emotions by PTI, Oct 9, 2006
New Delhi, India -- Exiled Tibetan leader the Dalai Lama on Sunday appealed to the followers of Buddhism to eliminate their "destructive emotions" by practising the teachings of Buddha.
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Venerable Ratana installed as Maha Vihara chief monk by The Star, October 9, 2006
The simple installation ceremony coincided with Kathina, a day of showing respect to monks. Rev Ratana replaces Ven Dr K. Sri Dhammananda Nayaka Maha Thera, who passed away on Aug 31 at the age of 87.
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