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Tag Archives: Plato’s cave
by Stefan Schindler The failure of Judaism, Christianity and Islam to embody their ownmost message of peace partly contributes to the increasing appeal of Buddhism in today’s postmodern war-torn world. Also, there is something absurd – counterproductive, self-defeating, and … Continue reading →
by Stefan Schindler All things pass; life is brief; seek freedom; be kind. Siddhartha Gautama, Gangamala Jataka “A Buddha arises for the welfare of the multitude.” This is a common refrain in Buddhist sutras. On Buddha’s Eightfold Path to … Continue reading →