Tag Archives: Buddhadharma


This past weekend I received a snail-mail letter from Lobsang, one of the Tibetan monks I sponsor in India.  He usually informs me about his studies at the university at the monastery where he lives.  Lobsang also likes to include … Continue reading

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Leaders On The Eightfold Path?

Kovit and I finished our meditation session and walked to the kitchen for ice tea and a snack.  He smiled, then said that he always gets hungry after meditating.  I replied that perhaps he should contemplate on something other than … Continue reading

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Something About Buddhadasa

Dad married Tippy a few years after my conversion to Vajrayana Buddhist philosophy.  One of the many reasons I was happy about the marriage, was that there was another Buddhist in the family. Tippy was a transplant from northern Thailand, … Continue reading

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