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February 18, 2014
by Lydia Anderson
There's a new book review feature at Sweeping Zen, and we're thrilled to see The Mindful Writer by Dinty W. Moore as one of new reviews. The New York Times has a wonderful article on the E. Gene Smith Library in China, and the journey it took to completion. Our friends at the Tibetan Buddhist Resource... read more »
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February 14, 2014
by Lydia Anderson
The Wisdom 2.0 conference began today, and we are happy to have two staff members attending! Learn more about the conference at The Huffington Post. Shambhala SunSpace has gathered advice and wisdom from their favorite contributors on love and relationships. Meditation Month with Brad Warner continues at ... read more »
The Wisdom 2.0 conference began today, and we are happy to have two staff members attending! Learn... read more »
February 14, 2014
by Maura Gaughan

Share your creativity with the Wisdom community by answering our Spring Call for Blog Submissions! By submitting your work, you will engage the forum of the Wisdom Blog as well as that of the greater Buddhist community. Who knows what brilliance you’ll awaken...

We often hear from our readers about the ways Wisdom...

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Share your creativity with the Wisdom community by answering our Spring Call for Blog...

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February 13, 2014
by Lydia Anderson
As we approach Valentine's Day, The Bangkok Post looks at what happens “When Love and Buddhism Go Hand in Hand.” Beginner's Heart is following the 30 Days of Love and is finding beauty in her surroundings. Patheos concludes its series on religion and poverty.
As we approach Valentine's Day, The Bangkok Post looks at what happens... read more »
February 12, 2014
by Lydia Anderson
David Loy's The Great Awakening is part of the inspiration for a new National Review article on work and karma. Ethan Nichtern explains examines when to go on a meditation retreat. What is regret? What is a life without them? Monkey Mind looks at these questions. Dhamma Musings researches romantic... read more »
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February 11, 2014
by Kestrel Slocombe

Canadian snowboarder Crispin Lipscomb reflects on the parallels between Buddhism and the ’board

Ox Herding shares “The Buddha’s Last Instruction,” a poem by Mary Oliver

Video: learn how to open to 10-degree weather at the Interdependence Project blog

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Canadian snowboarder Crispin Lipscomb reflects on...

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