By bodhinaga on Fri, 26 Oct, 2012 - 14:23Vadanya tells the the tale of the Lampton Worm, a folk legend from the North East of England, and explores what it teaches us about integration and owning up to our own flaws. 23rd October 2012.
By Windhorse Evolution on Mon, 8 Oct, 2012 - 12:13
Ethics was the theme of some training with the retail team and evolution shops. Several members of staff from the shops gave talks, and their transcripts are available here. There are a variety of perspectives and reflections, well worth a read.
By RCheesley on Thu, 31 May, 2012 - 21:52This was a video which I made for my Mitra Study project.
The module we studied was Year 3, Module 6 - An Interconnected World - Buddhist Ethics and Contemporary Issues.
I took two pieces of music which I felt echoed areas of the material we were studying, and set some short video clips, images and words to these. I’ll be adding a final section when I get time at the recommendation of the group (I lost confidence...
By lokabandhu on Sat, 25 Feb, 2012 - 06:37Buddhism on a Plate, published today, is another in our series of occasional feature articles. On the subject of veganism and, more generally, how Buddhists might best apply the precept of non-violence to their choice of food it’s written by Samacitta, chair of Triratna’s Birmingham Buddhist Centre and a vegan herself for many years.
Jane Easton, Food & Cookery Coordinator at Viva! and the Vegetarian & Vegan Foundation and a Buddhist herself comments “… great...