Buddhism and Charity
04/08/2011 01:56 (GMT+7)
   The supreme sacrifice, which he made in his life for the sake of the humanity, is the best example of ‘Dana’ or ‘Charity’. This small word, ‘Charity’ has occupied a great place in the Buddhism. He was the earliest torchbearer of individual welfare. He was a great humanist who aims at human welfare. He asked his disciples:
The Way for Socialization Development of Buddhist Charity
17/05/2010 09:35 (GMT+7)
Buddhist charity is not only the need of socialization of charity, but also the important way for the weak social communities to obtain the social supports. To develop the active function of Buddhist charity in constructing harmonious society, Buddhism circle should cultivate and improve the concept of Buddhist charity, building effective mechanism to it, create social credibility of it, and build up charity brand.

Buddhist Charity and Community Work
17/05/2010 09:40 (GMT+7)
This compassionate and sympathetic behavior should be offered to everybody in need, irrespective of whether you know him or not. Everybody is treated equally, their pain looked upon as if your own with no discrimination. Eventually it is extended to all creatures with feeling, so that you always treat them with pity and love. I would like to take this opportunity to discuss with you my title「Buddhist Charity and Community Work」.
To serve our Buddhist compassion, charity and public welfare
17/05/2010 09:47 (GMT+7)
Buddhism came from social life, precisely because our society has been recognized only the survival of Buddhism, the cornerstone of the most powerful. For the community to the people there are real emotional and even religious significance, such a thought as would be acceptable to the community

Organization and management on Layman Bu
04/06/2010 23:50 (GMT+7)
The sixth National Buddhist Congress of 1993 had proposed the historial mission: strengthen the construction of faith, morality, teaching, talents and organization. All of the five constructions have close relationships with the temple construction as well as the Buddhist Organization
Traditional Sangha Community Management
04/06/2010 23:50 (GMT+7)
The term “Modern Management,” is generally acknowledged as an emerging discipline in the world. The management for Sangha community has also aroused widespread concern. Based on the management of the Indian Sangha community, as well as the Han Chinese Sangha community, this article makes an analysis of the objectives in management for the Sangha community.

27/05/2010 21:18 (GMT+7)
As long as this kammic force exists there is rebirth, for beings are merely the visible manifestation of this invisible kammic force. Death is nothing but the temporary end of this temporary phenomenon. It is not the complete annihilation of this so-called being. The organic life has ceased, but the kammic force which hitherto actuated it has not been destroyed.
Propagation of Buddha’s Dharma
27/05/2010 21:15 (GMT+7)
Buddha has passed away more than 25 centuries ago, but his holy behavior still instills in people the desire to venerate and worship him.  Furthermore, up to the present time, his teachings are still used as guidance to enrich people with knowledge and ethical conduct. 

The Public of Modern society
04/08/2011 01:56 (GMT+7)
The basic difference between the Buddhism and the other Indian religions is the Origin theory, which is also the core idea of the Buddhism. According to the Origin theory, Buddhism believed that the society is composed of the cause, individual, family, social organization constituted the society.
Opportunities and Challenges for Buddhist
27/05/2010 21:12 (GMT+7)
Today, there are many opportunities for Buddhist Education in the modern world more than ever before. This is called global education opportunities. With the dawn of the internet the possibilities have increased immensely and the access to gain knowledge has thereby also been  increased.

Suggestions Regarding Compiling an Abrid
27/05/2010 21:20 (GMT+7)
An issue confronting Buddhism in the modern world is how to promote its scriptures as a foundation for a correct understanding of the Dharma as well as a means of promoting the Dharma among its own followers and among interested people in general. The volume as well as the diversity of the texts found in the three major collections of scriptures in Pali, Chinese and Tibetan makes the very idea of dissemination widely the Tripitaka in toto quite untenable.
Is Buddhism of actual importance to our age?
16/06/2010 05:27 (GMT+7)
Consider for a moment the following: Within the short time of our communication here, hundred of thousands of people are being born or are dying. These occurrences are so self-evident that we hardly take notice of them. Nevertheless they belong to the few really important indeed they are the most important events of all, for the individual as well as for the whole of mankind.

16/06/2010 05:25 (GMT+7)
The Praj~naapaaramitaa-hrdaya-suutra( 般若波罗蜜多心         经 )is not one  of the  Vij~naanavaada's  texts, but   Kuei-chi  (窥基  )in his PPHV(  般若波罗蜜多心经幽赞         )explains its meanings with Vij~naanavada's theories   by means  of not only  borrowing  the theories  from         LAS( 楞伽经 ), MSA (大乘庄严经论  )and YCBH 瑜伽师地         论 )etc., but also reconstructing  their theories as         his new theories.  Of these the "aatyantika" (阿颠底         伽 )appears  in PPHV
The Riddle of the First Buddhist Council - A Retrospection
16/06/2010 05:28 (GMT+7)
The problem of the First Council was first raised and discussed in detail by Minayeff in 1887. (1) He thought that the chapter XI of the Cullavagga which contains an account of the First Council is riddled with contradictions, and rejected the episode of chanting of the dharma and vinaya as legend, for it was contradicted by traditions of earlier origin.

Zhuangzi and Nagarjuna on the Truth of No Truth
16/06/2010 05:15 (GMT+7)
To know how to stay within the sphere of our ignorance is to attain the highest. Who knows an unspoken discrimination, an untold Way? It is this, if any is able to know it, which is called the Treasury of Heaven.
Xunzi and the Confucian answer to Titanism
19/07/2010 19:34 (GMT+7)
The term "humanism" has been used to describe only one eastern philosophy: Confucianism. Commentators on Indian philosophy are sometimes emphatic in their judgment that Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism represent the very antithesis of western or Confucian humanism. Heinrich Zimmer is typical: "Humanity ..

Essential Mantras For Holy Objects
03/08/2010 22:47 (GMT+7)
All statues and stupas should contain the Four Dharmakaya Relic mantras and the separate Zung of the Exalted Completely Pure Stainless Light mantra. The Four Dharmakaya Relic mantras are what give power to stupas. Their benefits are inconceivable.
One View Sufi And Dzogchen Reflections
11/11/2010 22:45 (GMT+7)
Saints and mystics throughout history have adorned their realisations with different names and given them different faces and interpretations, but what they are all fundamentally experiencing is the essential nature of the mind

Lumbini – Land of the Sarus Cranes
07/01/2011 23:46 (GMT+7)
Autumn has arrived in Lumbini once again. Each early morning, I am awaken and being greeted with a melodious orchestra performed by numerous birds. At first there is  the distinct 4-syllable calls of the laughing thrush that sounded like “come to buddha” (notes: because of their sing-song calls, in Viet Nam, they are named “bat co troi cot” bird and have their own folklore tale).
Buddhistic Revelation to the Modern World
07/01/2011 23:46 (GMT+7)
Engaged in life at the turn of a civilization, we must confront all crucial conflicts due to the chaos of differing ideologies mankind has been entangled in from the very beginning of civilization.

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