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In Other News...Baby bodhisattvas, the unknown Buddhist art of Korea, & more

by Kestrel Slocombe
November 7, 2013
Thu, 11/07/2013 - 09:19 -- Kestrel Slocombe
  • Toni Bernhard has a new piece on patience at Elephant Journal. The Buddha considered patience to be one of the mental states that an awakened person has perfected. In Buddhism, patience is an act of self-compassion that gives rise to equanimity. 
  • Bodhisattvas from Birth? Barbara O’Brien at Buddhism explores the spontaneous, undiscriminating generosity of the very young.
  • Korean art enchanting Americans: As Korea’s national profile is on the rise partially thanks to the increase in the popularity of South Korean culture since the late 1990s, global interest in Korean cultural roots is also spiking. Buddhist Art News explores how Korean Buddhist art is finding a new audience in the US.
  • Buddhist Life at Yale: an evolving phenomenon.


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