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  • ~ Buddhadharma 2.0: Dharma and Practice -- In terms of enhancing dharma practice, I think we should avoid the thoughts that either “Buddhism is not complete as is” or “Buddhism is absolutely perfect as is”.

    Speedlinking 4/19/07

  • Also, in my later investigations, what struck me was that in Old Turk and Sogdian, the ancient languages in which Buddhist texts were available in translation in present-day Uzbekistan and northern Afghanistan, the term Dharma was translated with the Greek loan word nom, which originally meant “law.”

    Some Common Features of Islam and Buddhism: A Conversation with Snjezana Akpinar and Alex Berzin

  • The term Dharma is an Indian spiritual and religious term, that means one's righteous duty, or any virtuous path in the common sense of the term Dharma is presented as a central concept that is used in order to explain the "higher truth" or ultimate reality of the universe.

    Truthdig: Drilling Beneath the Headlines

  • The term Dharma is an Indian spiritual and religious term, that means one's righteous duty, or any virtuous path in the common sense of the term Dharma is presented as a central concept that is used in order to explain the "higher truth" or ultimate reality of the universe.

    Truthdig: Drilling Beneath the Headlines

  • The term Dharma is an Indian spiritual and religious term, that means one's righteous duty, or any virtuous path in the common sense of the term Dharma is presented as a central concept that is used in order to explain the "higher truth" or ultimate reality of the universe.

    Truthdig: Drilling Beneath the Headlines

  • The term Dharma is an Indian spiritual and religious term, that means one's righteous duty, or any virtuous path in the common sense of the term Dharma is presented as a central concept that is used in order to explain the "higher truth" or ultimate reality of the universe.

    Truthdig: Drilling Beneath the Headlines

  • The term Dharma is an Indian spiritual and religious term, that means one's righteous duty, or any virtuous path in the common sense of the term Dharma is presented as a central concept that is used in order to explain the "higher truth" or ultimate reality of the universe.

    Truthdig: Drilling Beneath the Headlines

  • I chose the name Dharma because in India it means “fulfilling one’s life purpose.”

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Loving Our Cats

  • I chose the name Dharma because in India it means “fulfilling one’s life purpose.”

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Loving Our Cats

  • The Dharma is self-realized and self-actualized, and you have to see it for yourself.

    Shambhala SunSpace » Karen Maezen Miller – The Laundry Line

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