His Holiness the Dalai Lama says that you can use any of the Buddha’s teachings that help you in your life without becoming “Buddhist” or adopting the Buddhist worldview.Read More »
The answer to your first question is easy: Yes, I meditate every day at least one hour, and I study Buddhism daily too.Read More »
A killer Buddhist? It doesn’t seem to make theological sense. Consider the mentally troubled Aaron Alexis, who police say killed 12 at the Navy Yard in Washington D.C., on Monday.Read More »
he sound of Taiko drums echoed through the Perry District this weekend, each beat sending a message of thanksgiving to those who have gone before us.
For the first time in two decades the Spokane Buddhist Temple hosted an Oban FestivalRead More »
Because the Buddha was a teacher and the Dharma is the body of his teachings, simply to study Buddhism means you already have a teacher. Yet, as mentioned above, your query leads to more questions than answers, the most important being, what do you want from a teacher?Read More »
For those of you that may not have heard, I am no longer in Spokane. A career opportunity has taken me from my sunny west coast home in Washington to the equally sunny but much more humid eastern landscapes of Virginia. For financial reasons I decided to make this move by car and view the country from the cracked windshield of my cross-over SUV.Read More »