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  • A central tenet of existence is the truth of impermanence. Ultimately there is no stability in a constantly changing world. As one of my teachers puts it: "Anything can happen at any time."

    James Baraz: Anything Can Happen At Any Time: Zen Lessons From Japan

    A central tenet of existence is the truth of impermanence. Ultimately there is no stability in a constantly changing world. As one of my teachers puts it: "Anything can happen at any time."

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  • In popular American practice, many people declare that they “believe in Karma” when doing something right, that they expect that something good will happen to them. It is often expressed […]

    What is Karma? The Golden Rule?

    In popular American practice, many people declare that they “believe in Karma” when doing something right, that they expect that something good will happen to them. It is often expressed […]

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  • Life is Suffering. Suffering is caused by Desire. Desire can be controlled.

    Buddhist Basics

    Life is Suffering. Suffering is caused by Desire. Desire can be controlled.

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