Sirwin
Sirwin

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Essay: Process Buddhism a comparative of Process-Philosophy and Madhyamika Buddhism

5 Dec 2020 12 minute read 4 comments forstersphilosophy

Just a quick thankyou to everyone who viewed my last essay, I got over 200 views which i really did not expect. This essay was actually one I wrote before taking a process view on free will as I started to take a basic understanding of process ph...

Chùa bửu long Buddhist temple HCMC

7 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Ghengis

  Chùa bửu long is a Buddhist temple on the outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City in District 9. It's set in a few acres of parkland and living quarters. When I first went there we met a monk who spoke a bit of English and he did explain...

Nikaya Review: Kamma as taught in Pali Nikaya Suttas

25 Apr 2020 2 minute read 1 comment Solidity

Nikaya Review is pleased to introduce the discourses of the Buddha on Karma (Pali: Kamma) in Nikaya Suttas. Please read and attend closely for your clear comprehension and your on benefits.  1. Understanding the 6 aspects of Kamma As taught in the Su...

Nikaya Review: The 3 Grounds for Making Merits

25 Apr 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Solidity

As you know, one of the main teachings of the Buddha is the Causes and Effects principle, a so-called Karma (Pali: Kamma). Kamma is defined as below: “Intention, I tell you, is Kamma. Intending, one does Kamma by way of body, speech, and intellect [A...

Nikaya Review: The 5 Subjects for Regular Reviewing

21 Apr 2020 4 minute read 0 comments Solidity

Today, Nikaya Review would like to introduce a discourse of the Buddha entitled "Subjects for regular reviewing" (a Sutta in Anguttara Nikaya, AN5.57, [1], [2]) The discourse taught about the 5 subjects which should often be reflected by everyone. Th...

Bhuddist Temple, Đà Nẵng

10 Apr 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Ghengis

Đà Nẵng, home of my favourite bridge in the world Da Nang has a beautiful area around the River, near the Dragon Bridge (Cầu rồng) but there is a lot more to Da Nang. We took a couple of cyclo's (xích lô) for a ride around Da Nang and they took us...

A Poem from The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying - Sogyal Rinoche

8 Mar 2020 1 minute read 8 comments B18

A good friend introduced me to this poem many moons ago. The poem was able to articulate something that was formulating, bubbling away at the time. It was one of those threshold moments that can change your life's direction. It has been a big part of...

Immediacy

11 Feb 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Old_Crypto_Hound

  I wrote this about three years ago, but I’ve always wanted to post it. There are a lot of reflections like this from my past that have never graced a blog before, but I’m debating on putting up a few. In my past I was deeply involved with Buddhism,...

Buddhism in Far East : A Religious Perspective

29 Dec 2019 1 minute read 0 comments CutterMutter

It's surprising to see how widespread and entrenched Buddhism is in the Far East and how little of it we see in India - where practically it was born. Would India have been better off with Buddhism as it's main religion than the plethora of such dive...