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Ask a Buddhist: How do I address Buddhist nun?

I firmly believe the world is better off when we share the kindness we all have inside. Christian, Buddhist, Muslim, Jew, atheist, whatever—no one owns the market on kindness. It's universal and much appreciated wherever it blooms.

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Ask a Buddhist: Self Esteem

05/16/17Question (summarized): I have tried meditation in the past, especially back in my home country. My meditation has not been so successful since I came here and experienced the distraction of the nearby freeway noise. My true intentions of meditations were to become a better person, and to hopefully get better and good karma that could match me with a …

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Ask A Buddhist: Skillful and Compassionate Speech

My teacher, Ven. Thubten Chodron, speaks of our mouths being our own personal weapons of mass destruction. In a careless moment we can destroy a lifetime of friendship. On a larger scale, a few lies can bring fear to thousands and even spark global conflict.

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