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New Generation of Buddhist Monks Embraces Science

‘Beyond the Robe’

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New Generation of Buddhist Monks Embraces Science "Seeing the tremendous importance of science and recognizing its inevitable dominance in the modern world fundamentally changed my attitude to it from curiosity to a kind of urgent...
How to Use Technology from a Buddhist Perspective

How to Use Technology from a Buddhist Perspective

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By Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche to Huff post religion ““The point is to cherish the mind and not abuse it. If we remain mindful of our principles and priorities, just as we do in meditation, we...

10 Intelligence Killing Foods You Need To Avoid

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At BBN we are not only bringing you news that’s related to Buddhism, but also a variety of information to make a healthy living both mentally and physically.  Our focus is to find the...
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Proof That the “Cancer Industry” Doesn’t Want a Cure

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by Jaya | Part 1 During the last few years we learned there were many innovative and novel ways of cancer cure. Everything is scientifically proven cure processes, yet very simple remedies at the outset....

Do not buy palm oil products, Help preserve worlds best bio-diversity centre’s and its...

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SAY NO TO PALM OIL by Jayantha We are responsible as Buddhists to know what our consumptions are and its consequences to others. Though we may not spare enough time giving considerations to these, our actions make...
Einstein on Buddhism

Einstein on Buddhism (Part 2)

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by Jayantha | (<< Part 1) Buddhism is a living, growing religion today because it succeeds in conserving many of the highest moral values of its adherents. It promotes calmness and self-control, augments serenity and happiness, and...
Einstein on Buddhism

Einstein on Buddhism

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Science by Jayantha “Religion of the Future"-Albert Einstein” Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, Germany on March 14, 1879. As a child, Einstein revealed an extraordinary curiosity for understanding the mysteries of science. A typical child,...

Google wants wisdom of Buddhist zen master Thich Nhat Hanh

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Zen master Thich Nihat Hanh, visiting Google campus this month, says we need to foster aimlessness rather than seeking to be number one. Photo Credit: David M. Nelson Do you wonder why many of the...
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10 things science and Buddhism says will make you happy

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1. Be generous “Make altruism and giving part of your life, and be purposeful about it,” Yes magazine says. “Researcher Elizabeth Dunn found that those who spend money on others reported much greater happiness than...

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