Category Archives: Buddhism

NOBODY is perfect

Perfection does exist. But, it is beyond grasp for most of us for the time being. NOBODY is a superhero persona closest to perfection.

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The flaw of words

Found a really great post about “Words” in erbdex’s blog. The string needs to be taut to get the message across.

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Buddha biography favorites I

Round 2 onto Pictorial Biography to Sakyamuni Buddha. Another page that I find most meaningful is on picture 20. It will probably also help you with your dieting routine 😉

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Another go with the flow 隨緣

Earlier on we talked about “Goal with the flow” in the general sense. This round, let us look at “Go with the flow” in the Buddhism context. Whatever you want to spare, I will take it with utmost gratitude.

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Buddha biography favorites

A Pictorial Biography to Sakyamuni Buddha. Lots of good stuffs in it. One of my favorite page is on picture 17.

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The Good VS The Best

The good things in this world are expensive, While the best things in life are free. Well, free…at least in terms of monetary sense.

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I wait for my dreams to come true

“I wait for my dreams to come true…” Waiting is considered a passive type of action. Well, they did say that “no action” is a form of “action” too IF that was your intention. Otherwise, the lack of action is … Continue reading

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Buddhism series

Just a short notice before I start babbling away: Why it’s ok to read this post even if you are in a different esteemed religion? Buddhism is a set of teachings on the virtuous way of life. I strongly doubt … Continue reading

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