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Tag Archive for ‘Buddhism’

Buddha in a Cup of Tea–Vince Horn & Kenneth Cohen

Buddhist Geeks? Yup. To listen in to a conversation about tea and spiritual practice, click here.

All Mothers Day—for mothers and others—the truth of interconnection

Happy ALL MOTHERS DAY, you mothers and others. This is a good day to recognize the truth of Tibetan Buddhism: that every being was at one time my own mother…your own mother. Hey! that means you were mine and I was yours. Taking it into present time….you are mine and I am yours. We nurture, […]

Isabella Mori’s Buddhist Blog Carnival

Isabella Mori’s blog “change therapy: making lives better, making better lives” is sponsoring a Buddhist carnival. What’s that? It’s a selection of buddhist posts all over the blogosphere. Isabella kindly included Riehlife’s features on Eden Maxwell.

Thus sayeth the Buddha

“We are what we think. All that we are arises with our thoughts. With our thoughts, we make the world.” —The Buddha (historically, Hindu Prince Gautama Siddharta, the founder of Buddhism, 563-483 B.C.)