172. Ane at was heedless afore, but isna noo, he lichts up the warld like the muin lowsed fae ahint cloods.
173. A body at smoors the ill they’ve duin wi guid deeds, he lichts up the warld like the muin lowsed fae ahint cloods.
Raṭṭhapāla's 16 Verses show a deft hand with some of early Buddhism's core imagery: https://buddhistuniversity.net/content/canon/thag16.4
"if sentient beings knew the fruit of giving and sharing, they would never eat without first giving" https://suttacentral.net/iti26/en/sujato
James Crews' father teaches us a lesson in love: https://buddhistuniversity.net/content/av/telling-father_crews-james
A beautiful tribute to our first teachers: https://buddhistuniversity.net/content/av/raincoat_limon-ada
Buddhism: Thailand names Naga a national symbol
#Thailand names Naga, a class of mythical serpents important in #Buddhism, a national symbol https://www.bangkokpost.com/thailand/general/2427635/naga-named-as-national-symbol
Bhante Sujato's new translation of a rare, early sutta about the Bodhisattva's journey from the palace to the Bodhi Tree https://buddhistuniversity.net/content/canon/snp3.1
Buddhism has always been intertwined with medicine: from the Four Noble Truths to Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction