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boddisatva of compassion, in wood.





Thank you for being here, guys.

And for the opportunity to blog with linkeminded people.

I look forward to contributing to this community.

Namaste.

Submitted by mettahari on March 7, 2009 - 4:55am

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Robina Courtin talk

boddisatva of compassion, in wood.

 

This is my first post here.

 

My thanks to all who have made this site happen.

It is a great gift.

 

 

I don't yet know how to reduce the vertical line spaces.

Or to include images.

Maybe someone will help me.

Maybe I will figure it out when I explore the text editor.

Maybe I will never know. 

Anyhow...

 

 ***

 

Last night I went to hear Robina Courtin talk.

Submitted by susan.a on February 26, 2009 - 6:16pm

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A revisit to Buddhist economics as a way out

A revisit to Buddhist economics as a way out - Bangkok, Thailand -- THE CRASH of the Thai economy and the baht in 1997 led me to Buddhist economics. I came to know the works of the Venerable Prayudh Payutto, one of Thailand's most revered monks. Phra Payutto has sharp insight in both the religious realm and world affairs. [The Buddhist Channel]

Submitted by humble on February 7, 2009 - 11:12am

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More from Reggie Ray

Dr. Reggie Ray

For those of us who missed Reggie Ray's visit to Vancouver last week (I'm one of them) here are a couple of good resources that you may be interested in. The first is Matt's interesting interview in the Georgia Straight, which was also picked up by the Buddhist Channel (congrats Matt!).

Submitted by humble on January 28, 2009 - 2:40pm

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2008 stats for this site

2008 diydharma.org statistics - hits and page views

Just had a look at the 2008 statistics for this site and thought you may be interested. The attached images tells the over-all story. It's important to remember that these numbers include traffic from crawlers/bots. Currently over 7 gigs are downloaded from the site each day.

Submitted by humble on January 17, 2009 - 6:50pm

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Buddha Torrents

Buddha Torrents

My favourite website these days is Buddha Torrents - a frequently-updated shared blog of dharma-related torrents, including a link to a very helpful page for those who may be new to downloading files through bit-torrent, and a link back to ours truly!

Check it out.

Submitted by humble on January 12, 2009 - 9:04pm

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