- The Martha’s Vineyard Times has a piece on Korean director Kim Ki-Duk’s 2003 Buddhist-inspired film, Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter…and Spring, which explores the passage of time through a “powerful celebration of the world’s natural beauty.”
- The Zennist features “The big conversation between Bodhidharma and Emperor Wu”, a teaching that “doesn’t leave us with a kind of nihilism that Bodhidharma taught ‘vast emptiness, nothing holy.’ Far from it.”
- Rick Hanson explores letting go through the lens of rock-climbing at Wildmind.
- Barbara O’Brien of About.com explores the connection between art and Buddhism.
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