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Clean water project to benefit Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in the Philippines, rural schools in Rwanda gain internet access, Spain plans to shut down its nuclear energy plants, Canada opens way for foreign caregivers to obtain permanent residency, Egypt boosts gender equality in green energy sector, tomato-based vegan sushi now available in United States, and dogs detect cancer in New Zealand.
Noteworthy News
2019-05-17   313 Views
Noteworthy News
2019-05-17

Equanimity Of The Buddha: The Story of Ni Đề, Part 4 of 4, Aug. 11, 2015

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Equanimity Of The Buddha: The Story of Ni Đề, Part 4 of 4, Aug. 11, 2015

“Everyone, every person in the world, doesn’t matter if he’s noble or lowly, rich or poor, all of that is because of their karma in the past. You sow the good karma or wicked karma. The person who are very humane and moral, humble, respect the superior, and tolerant to the lower subordinate, these are noble.” He means all this nobility lineage, richness and all that is not really a noble lineage. The person who is such and such is really from noble lineage, really can be called noble person, aristocrat. “Anyone who is wicked and violent, or stubborn, rude, impolite, or very arrogant, doesn’t know which is right, which is wrong, that is the lowly person, stupid, idiot.”
Between Master and Disciples
2019-05-17   596 Views
Between Master and Disciples
2019-05-17

From the Nag Hammadi Holy Scriptures: Selection from the Gospel of Truth, Part 2 of 2

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From the Nag Hammadi Holy Scriptures: Selection from the Gospel of Truth, Part 2 of 2

For he revealed it [His will] to bestow an acquaintance in harmony with all its emanations, that is to say, acquaintance with the Living Book, an acquaintance which at the end appeared to the Aeons (emanations of God) in the form of [passages of text from] it. When it is manifest, they speak: they are not places for use of the voice, nor are they mute texts for someone to read out and so think of emptiness; rather, they are texts of truth, which speak and know only themselves. And each text is a perfect truth ̶ ̶ like a book that is perfect and consists of texts written in unity, written by the Father for the Aeons (emanations of God): so that through its passages of text the Aeons (emanations of God) might become acquainted with the Father.
Words of Wisdom
2019-05-17   266 Views
Words of Wisdom
2019-05-17

In Gratitude to Mothers’ Boundless Love, Part 3 of 4

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In Gratitude to Mothers’ Boundless Love, Part 3 of 4

If you can, you turn on the machine to wash your clothes yourself. And you can clean the floor, help her to wash dishes, tidy up the house. Don’t throw socks and hats everywhere. Even if she goes out to work outside the house, when she comes home, she still needs to do a lot of work at home. Because the more you grow up, the older and more tired the mother becomes with the years. The stronger you grow, the weaker Mom becomes, so try to think about her feelings, her physical condition and give a lot, a lot of love to the mother, and father of course.
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-05-17   359 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-05-17

Animal Mothers are Awesome! Part 2 of 2

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Animal Mothers are Awesome! Part 2 of 2

Animal moms are compassionate and caring, thinking nothing of sacrificing their health and safety to defend, nurture and raise their young. Their wholehearted dedication to their babies deserves our utmost admiration and appreciation. Hens are exemplary brave mothers and very mindful of their chicks’ safety. During a rainstorm, if there is no shelter, momma hen will spread her wings and let her babies stand under them. She doesn’t care that she gets completely soaked at all!
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-05-17   433 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-05-17

King Lý Thánh Tông – The Compassionate Emperor – Part 1 of 3

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King Lý Thánh Tông – The Compassionate Emperor – Part 1 of 3

King Lý THánh Tông was not only a talented King who excelled in both martial arts and literature, but was also a wise King who governed the country with compassion and mercy.This country belongs to everyone, not only to the royal family. If the people are safe, happy and prosperous then the country will enjoy lasting peace. In governing the country, we have to put the citizens first. The most important national concern is the well-being of all people. Throughout His reign, King Lý THánh Tông loved and cared for His citizens wholeheartedly.
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-05-16   407 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-05-16

Vegan Mama, Grace Wong - Trailblazing Hong Kong’s Vegan Movement One Recipe at a Time

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Vegan Mama, Grace Wong - Trailblazing Hong Kong’s Vegan Movement One Recipe at a Time

Grace Wong has been a vegetarian for 26 years and vegan for six. In 2014, she created a Facebook blog site, “Vegan Mama Kitchen,” on which she has uploaded over 600 of her original vegan recipes, created over the course of just four years. In 2016, she published a popular vegan cookbook “simply VeganžSimply Grace.” Which her yoga and meditation practices, not only Grace’s creativity has been brought up from deep within, but also the love and happiness around her has been expanding ever more.
Veggie Elite
2019-05-16   492 Views
Veggie Elite
2019-05-16

From the Nag Hammadi Holy Scriptures: Selection from the Gospel of Truth, Part 1 of 2

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From the Nag Hammadi Holy Scriptures: Selection from the Gospel of Truth, Part 1 of 2

So that whoever has acquaintance is from Above: and if called, hears, replies, and turns to the One who is calling; and goes to Him. And he knows how that One is called. Having acquaintance, that person does the will of the One who has called; wishes to please Him; and gains repose. One’s name becomes one’s own. Those who gain acquaintance in this way know from where they have come and to where they will go; they know in the manner of man who, after having been intoxicated, has recovered from his intoxication, having returned into Himself.
Words of Wisdom
2019-05-16   187 Views
Words of Wisdom
2019-05-16

Noteworthy News

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Noteworthy News

Zimbabwe receives food aid from United States, Tajikistan welcomes funding for water sanitation project, Swiss company invents high-efficiency solar panels, Emirati scientists promote desert-adaptable crops, students learn life-saving CPR in New Zealand, Canadian chef creates vegan blue cheese from oats, and devout Buddhist rescues more than 70 abandoned animals in India.
Noteworthy News
2019-05-16   255 Views
Noteworthy News
2019-05-16

Equanimity Of The Buddha: The Story of Ni Đề, Part 3 of 4, Aug. 11, 2015

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Equanimity Of The Buddha: The Story of Ni Đề, Part 3 of 4, Aug. 11, 2015

So humble, so humble, and she meditates 10, 12 hours, 6 hours at least per day. And she plants her own vegetables to eat, she never buys outside anymore because she said she cannot swallow and cannot digest otherwise. Became so sensitive after meditation too long. The more you meditate, the more humble you become. You realize who you are and who your Master is and how the teaching helps you, then you’ll be more humble, humble, very humble! So, being humble doesn’t mean you lower yourself. No, it’s not like that. The culture teaches differently outside. In spiritual practice you don’t do that. Because it’s just natural that you become more humble.
Between Master and Disciples
2019-05-16   351 Views
Between Master and Disciples
2019-05-16

King Lý Thánh Tông – The Compassionate Emperor – Part 1 of 3

King Lý Thánh Tông – The Compassionate Emperor – Part 1 of 3

King Lý THánh Tông was not only a talented King who excelled in both martial arts and literature, but was also a wise King who governed the country with compassion and mercy.This country belongs to everyone, not only to the royal family. If the people are safe, happy and prosperous then the country will enjoy lasting peace. In governing the country, we have to put the citizens first. The most important national concern is the well-being of all people. Throughout His reign, King Lý THánh Tông loved and cared for His citizens wholeheartedly.
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2019-05-16   218 Views
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2019-05-16

Selection from Yoga Sutras of Patanjali: Book I & II, Part 2 of 2

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Selection from Yoga Sutras of Patanjali: Book I & II, Part 2 of 2

The pain-bearing obstructions are- ignorance, egoism, attachment, aversion, and clinging to life. Restraint (Yama), binding observance (Niyama), posture (Asana), regulation of breath (Pranayama), abstraction and sense-withdrawal (Pratya hara), concentration (Dharana), contemplation (Dhyana) and perfect meditative absorption (Samadhi) are the eight limbs of yoga. Of these, non-violence (Ahimsa), non-stealing (Asteya), continence (Brahmacharya) and non-possessiveness (Aparigraha) are the five forms of restraint (Yamas). These, unbroken by time, place, purpose, and caste, are (universal) great vows. Pratyahara, abstraction or dissociation, is the disjoining of the sense-organs from their respective objects, assuming, as it were, the nature of the mind itself. Thence comes supreme control of the senses.
Words of Wisdom
2019-05-15   248 Views
Words of Wisdom
2019-05-15

Mother Nature’s Secret: A Charming Vegan Tale by Marian Hailey-Moss, Part 3 of 6

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Mother Nature’s Secret: A Charming Vegan Tale by Marian Hailey-Moss, Part 3 of 6

“Okay! This is the secret: farm animals and pet animals and human beings are all the same. Does everybody here love their mothers? Does everybody here have friends? Have feelings of being sad, happy, loving? Do you bleed when you are cut? Do you need shelter and food? Does everybody here like to look at the stars and the sunrise and flowers? Do you like to play? And most of all, do you want to keep living your life?” The answer was a resounding “yes” to all the question. “There’s your proof! You are all the same.”
Uplifting Literature
2019-05-15   259 Views
Uplifting Literature
2019-05-15

Heavenly Messenger: How One Small Siberian Crane Transformed Taiwan (Formosa), Part 2 of 4

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Heavenly Messenger: How One Small Siberian Crane Transformed Taiwan (Formosa), Part 2 of 4

The little crane is really intelligent. When I met him at the farm, he stood on the ridge and called "jiu jiu-jiu," "jiu jiu-jiu." One "Jiu" and then two more. He would call like that. How strange! He's very intelligent and sensitive. When the lotus flowers are blossoming, there are many tourists. The little crane wanted to peck at people all the time. But when I went to him and scolded him, he did somewhere else. It's true. This little crane is like a person and understands people.
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-05-15   770 Views
Planet Earth: Our Loving Home
2019-05-15

Noteworthy News

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Noteworthy News

President of South Sudan seeks amends for past conflict, Japan provides humanitarian aid to Yemen, Swedish vessels to become carbon-free, Australia relaxes visa rules, United Nations promotes gender equality, Belgium-based vegan food company creates meal with entirely edible packaging, and multinational consumer goods company joins global mission to end animal testing.
Noteworthy News
2019-05-15   227 Views
Noteworthy News
2019-05-15

Equanimity Of The Buddha: The Story of Ni Đề, Part 2 of 4, Aug. 11, 2015

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Equanimity Of The Buddha: The Story of Ni Đề, Part 2 of 4, Aug. 11, 2015

I don’t want people to have also the wrong concept, thinking that all my disciples are angles. Most of them are. Some still need to trim and ... Trim and help. Just like Devadatta. Yeah. Life after life he’d been a bad guy. Maybe it’s his job. But the Buddha also talked about that. He didn’t hide that and He also told Ananda, “No, everybody’s good, everybody good.” Devadatta is His cousin. Also studied with Him, disciple and all that. Every time he competed with Him, every time tried to slander Him and do all kinds of things to harm the Buddha.
Between Master and Disciples
2019-05-15   516 Views
Between Master and Disciples
2019-05-15

Equanimity Of The Buddha: The Story of Ni Đề, Part 1 of 4 Aug. 11, 2015

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Equanimity Of The Buddha: The Story of Ni Đề, Part 1 of 4 Aug. 11, 2015

Whenever you quarrel or you do things negative to each other or have such negative feelings or energy, then you make a hole in your protective net of your center and your community. And then the negative can seep in and make more troubles. I don’t take any money from any of you. You never heard me come knocking at your door or saying, “Please, I need this, I need that.” All I do is just provide all the time, everywhere, wherever I can. I provide many centers from my own fund. And I have to also help with the disaster relief. I also helped pay off for the Supreme Master TV.
Between Master and Disciples
2019-05-14   1062 Views
Between Master and Disciples
2019-05-14

A History of Veganism - Part 3 of 4: Modern Era

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A History of Veganism - Part 3 of 4: Modern Era

In part two of our series, we saw that vegetarianism enjoyed a resurgence in Europe during the Renaissance period, an influential time for the arts, culture and intellectual thought. Closely following the Renaissance, the Age of Enlightenment from the 17th to the 18th century, was a time in Europe marked by an emphasis on empiricism, which is to say, reason and scientific methods as a way to true knowledge.It was a new era in Western thought that saw significant advances in such ideals as individual liberty, democracy, women’s rights, and the separation of church and state. Eminent Enlightenment philosophers such as Voltaire of France and Genevan Jean-Jacques Rousseau, spoke about the sentience of animals.
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2019-05-14   378 Views
Veganism: The Noble Way of Living
2019-05-14

Noteworthy News

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Noteworthy News

Boat clinics provide medical care in rural Myanmar, SWEDEN sends relief funds to Ethiopia, online challenge motivates people to clean up the environment, Pakistan enables refugees to open bank accounts, Prime Minister of New Zealand listens to students’ climate change concerns, burger chain goes vegan in Finland and engineers in United States invent noninvasive health analyzer for animals.
Noteworthy News
2019-05-14   342 Views
Noteworthy News
2019-05-14

Shining World Compassion Award Recipient: Keith McHenry, Co-founder of Food Not Bombs

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Shining World Compassion Award Recipient: Keith McHenry, Co-founder of Food Not Bombs

Supreme Master Ching Hai has lovingly created a series of awards, to recognize some of the most exemplary, generous, caring, and courageous people who walk amongst us. For nearly forty years, Mr. McHenry has been a courageous advocate for world peace and a tireless humanitarian activist. He and his co-founder friends named their nonprofit organization to deliver a clear public message: As long as there are fellow humans who go hungry every night, our money and effort should be put into making food, not weapons. Ending war and poverty awaking the kindness in humanity.
Shining World Awards
2019-05-14   480 Views
Shining World Awards
2019-05-14