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Quantum Theory and Buddhism

Quantum Theory and Buddhism

When you play any sports, it is better to know the rules of the game, otherwise you can’t play it, and there is no way you can enjoy it. To know about how this world works and to live with it, it is called the practice of Dharma in Buddhism.

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Make Your Heart Lighter

Make Your Heart Lighter

If you feel you are stuck, with no way to escape, please keep looking for hope. I guarantee that there is hope out there waiting for you to find it. This time of COVID, lockdown, fake news, people monitoring each other and judging others if they don’t do what they

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Hope Is Here!

Hope Is Here!

As humans, we selectively perceive only what we can see, only what is convenient to us. And even though less than 1 percent of the world’s information is visible, we look only at what we want to see. We don’t even recognize the world as it is, and we don’t

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Has God Betrayed You? There is Still Hope!

Has God Betrayed You? There is Still Hope!

The hopes and wishes we have are usually pretty shallow. We usually wish for what we want, something convenient for us. But maybe God/Buddha’s love is not so straightforward. It’s like when we were children and our parents made us eat broccoli, carrots, green peppers, etc. — vegetables or something

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Your Sense of Wonder

Sense of Wonder

“Your Sense of Wonder” Sometimes the phrase “sense of wonder” is used in science fiction, and it’s also part of the title of Rachel Carson’s book The Sense of Wonder, but here I’m using it in its literary sense, to mean a kind of curiosity. What I mean is, it’s

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Don't Let Your Brain Freeze — Keep Thinking!

Frozen Brain

“Don’t Let Your Brain Freeze — Keep Thinking!” Buddhism teaches that if someone stops thinking, that state is called “Dark” and it means “no wisdom.” Buddhist practice is to keep thinking, and that wisdom dwells within you. But these days, people are “freezing” their brains. They’ve stopped thinking. And that’s

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Desire to Be a Bodhisattva

Desire to Be a Bodhisattva

This is a continuation of my last blog. In my previous blog, I talked about the way acceptance is taught in Christianity: “You are good as you are.” This is used as the foundation for self-confidence. There are so many people, especially in North America, who don’t have self-confidence, or

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“A Creed For Those Who Have Suffered”

A Creed For Those Who Have Suffered

“A Creed For Those Who Have Suffered” I asked God for strength, that I might achieve.I was made weak, that I might learn humbly to obey … I asked for health, that I might do greater things.I was given infirmity, that I might do better things … I asked for

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“Gran Torino” and “Scent of a Woman”

“Gran Torino” and “Scent of a Woman”

“Gran Torino” and “Scent of a Woman” – Acting with Determination and Imagination I watched two movies last month: “Gran Torino” and “Scent of a Woman.” “Gran Torino” was directed by Clint Eastwood and screened in 2008. Clint Eastwood plays old, disgruntled Korean War veteran Walt Kowalski, who sets out

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Making a New Year’s Resolution

Making a New Year’s Resolution

For the first blog of the year, let’s talk about New Year’s Resolutions. Realizing a New Year’s Resolution is actually a way to realize any wish. You just need to be determined about it. And there are two things you need to be determined about: one is that you’ll “do

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Quantum Theory and Buddhism

Quantum Theory and Buddhism

When you play any sports, it is better to know the rules of the game, otherwise you can’t play it, and there is no way you can enjoy it. To know about how this world works and to live with it, it is called the practice of Dharma in Buddhism.

Read More »
Make Your Heart Lighter

Make Your Heart Lighter

If you feel you are stuck, with no way to escape, please keep looking for hope. I guarantee that there is hope out there waiting for you to find it. This time of COVID, lockdown, fake news, people monitoring each other and judging others if they don’t do what they

Read More »
Hope Is Here!

Hope Is Here!

As humans, we selectively perceive only what we can see, only what is convenient to us. And even though less than 1 percent of the world’s information is visible, we look only at what we want to see. We don’t even recognize the world as it is, and we don’t

Read More »
Has God Betrayed You? There is Still Hope!

Has God Betrayed You? There is Still Hope!

The hopes and wishes we have are usually pretty shallow. We usually wish for what we want, something convenient for us. But maybe God/Buddha’s love is not so straightforward. It’s like when we were children and our parents made us eat broccoli, carrots, green peppers, etc. — vegetables or something

Read More »
Your Sense of Wonder

Sense of Wonder

“Your Sense of Wonder” Sometimes the phrase “sense of wonder” is used in science fiction, and it’s also part of the title of Rachel Carson’s book The Sense of Wonder, but here I’m using it in its literary sense, to mean a kind of curiosity. What I mean is, it’s

Read More »
Don't Let Your Brain Freeze — Keep Thinking!

Frozen Brain

“Don’t Let Your Brain Freeze — Keep Thinking!” Buddhism teaches that if someone stops thinking, that state is called “Dark” and it means “no wisdom.” Buddhist practice is to keep thinking, and that wisdom dwells within you. But these days, people are “freezing” their brains. They’ve stopped thinking. And that’s

Read More »
Desire to Be a Bodhisattva

Desire to Be a Bodhisattva

This is a continuation of my last blog. In my previous blog, I talked about the way acceptance is taught in Christianity: “You are good as you are.” This is used as the foundation for self-confidence. There are so many people, especially in North America, who don’t have self-confidence, or

Read More »
“A Creed For Those Who Have Suffered”

A Creed For Those Who Have Suffered

“A Creed For Those Who Have Suffered” I asked God for strength, that I might achieve.I was made weak, that I might learn humbly to obey … I asked for health, that I might do greater things.I was given infirmity, that I might do better things … I asked for

Read More »
“Gran Torino” and “Scent of a Woman”

“Gran Torino” and “Scent of a Woman”

“Gran Torino” and “Scent of a Woman” – Acting with Determination and Imagination I watched two movies last month: “Gran Torino” and “Scent of a Woman.” “Gran Torino” was directed by Clint Eastwood and screened in 2008. Clint Eastwood plays old, disgruntled Korean War veteran Walt Kowalski, who sets out

Read More »
Making a New Year’s Resolution

Making a New Year’s Resolution

For the first blog of the year, let’s talk about New Year’s Resolutions. Realizing a New Year’s Resolution is actually a way to realize any wish. You just need to be determined about it. And there are two things you need to be determined about: one is that you’ll “do

Read More »