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  1. Diane Macchiavelli

    Hello. Was Geshe Sherab’s time rescheduled from an earlier date in March? Are his dates now confirmed for March? How do I register? Please add me to your email list. Thank you!

    1. Thank you for asking. Buddha Weekly does not accept any advertising. Our editorial content is all from 24 volunteers undertaking the karma yoga of Dharma work. We do have an events listing, though, which is no cost, if you have events. In kindness, Lee.

  2. Hello, it’s very nice to meet you.

    I see you have a section dedicated towards contributors, etc.

    I am wondering what it takes to become one?

    Thanks for any insight you can provide.

  3. Kosmos Betelgeuse

    Hi I’m Marcello the author of the YouTube video on Black Manjushri
    The mantra itself it’s not suitable for the transmission to the unknown initiate . This mantra has been brought to light by my teacher , his holiness Lama Gangchen Rimpoche , in fact its the only mantra that has been song and revealed through the world . I have song this mantra in the exact way it must be done . Thank you for sharing and happy new year
    Marcello / Kosmos Betelgeuse

  4. Hi All, I have question. In the book “The dance of Shiva” written by Anand Coomaraswamy, there is an article by name ‘Buddhist Primitives.’ In this artilce he quotes a few lines referring to ‘Dasa Dhamma Sutta’.

    : “Beauty is nothing to me, neither the beauty of the body, nor that that comes of dress”

    But these words are not present in dasa dhamma sutta. Could you please help me to find the resl source of these lines?

    Thanks a lot in advance!

    1. I don’t know this book, but it’s a well-established quote. From the NYTimes: Quoting the Dasa Dhamma Sutta, an early Buddhist text, Coomaraswamy adds: “Beauty is nothing to me, neither the beauty of the body nor that that comes of dress.”
      Sometimes it is the specific translation (English) that you’re reading, it doesn’t jump out as the same quote. Different translates can render various phrases for the same line. Here, also, is a reference to many sources for that quote:

  5. Hi There!
    When I try and print something from your website, the bar at the top prints in the middle of every page, and it’s fairly unreadable.
    Would you please let me know when you fix this?
    Thank you,
    Teya France

    1. Dear Teya, Thank you for your comment.
      We installed a printer tool on each page. On the top right of each page (under the title and banner, but above the contents box) you’ll see a little icon that looks like a printer. If you click on that, it transforms the page into a PDF-friendly version, which you can then print easily without all the formatting issues. I hope that helps. In kindness, Lee

      1. Dear Mr. Lee Kane,

        I had been following your publication of Buddha Weekly for a few years now, and I am deeply inspired by your well researched articles.

        Recently, I went through a meditation session, over the years, there are messages urging me to built a Stupa, I do have a physical location, however, right now, I can only build a Virtual Stupa, it is built in facebook, the Virtual Stupa name is called Vairochana.

        I hope the future Buddhas of earth of our current time, would have the honour of inviting you to be the moderator of this group and for your selfless publication to be put inside this Virtual Stupa.


        Namo Amitabha Buddha Gaya!

        Kina Vairochana

        1. Dear Kina Vairochana, That is very beautiful, and thank you for your kind words. In kindness, Lee Kane, Buddha Weekly.

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