buddhism

What is Practice for Oneself and Others? | Nichiren Buddhism Concept

What is Practice for Oneself and Others ? “The bodhisattva’s practice is one of ardent commitment to  self-development while also seeking to ease the suffering of others and  bring happine...

The Parable of the Raft in Early Buddhism: Right View and Non-clinging

The parable of the raft is one of the most famous early Buddhist parables. We’ll look at it in context in this video, illustrating its place in a particularly profound early sutta. ☸️ Free mini-...

Local news? Tricycle's Western Buddhism essay shows how religions adapt to new environs

Religions evolve and accommodate as they migrate around the globe. What works in one time and place may not in another for a host of cultural and political reasons, forcing adjustments that facilitate...

Black And Buddhist: What Buddhism Can Teach Us about Race, Resilience, Transformation, and Freedom

Buddhism is a way of life, a philosophy, a psychology, a set of ethics, a religion, or a combination thereof. Central to the many ways Buddhism is understood is the achievement of emotional, mental, a...

Buddhism and Jesus: a beautiful spiritual story

Buddhism and Jesus: a beautiful spiritual story is a short story about the similarities between Jesus and Buddha, and your inned dialogue in life and in your heart:) Thnaks for watching and please let...

Introduction to Black Buddhism for African Americans

This Black Buddhist Lecture “Introduction to Black Buddhism” was written, produced, directed, narrated and uploaded by Anthony “Amp” Elmore President and Founder of the “Proud Black Buddhist World Ass...