Category Archives: Social Violence

Sean Penn: His Good Intentions Missed the Middle Path

I read Sean Penn’s article in the Rolling Stones Magazine. The man has courage, no doubt about it.  I wouldn’t trust that Chapo for all the $$$ in the world. As Sean said, there is a chance that a word … Continue reading

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Give Peace a Freaking Chance!

I won’t let it get lost in the war mentality sweeping the planet: GIVE PEACE A FREAKING CHANCE! Everybody is talking about ‘How to defeat ISIS?’, but all the answers are focused only on military response and  ‘strategies’. Lost is … Continue reading

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Thinking, Violence, and Wars: The Buddha’s Mind Power

Do you want to learn to control your mind, and avoid wars in the process? Check this out. It will teach you how to become less attached to things and to people who seem to have more control over your … Continue reading

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The California Rampage: the Disappearing Difference Between You and ISIS

Why can’t the FBI, CIA and the president just make a statement to dispel doubts about whether this attack is or is not a politically motivated attack, by ISIS or whatever name they choose to give it? Is it that … Continue reading

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The Path to Immortality: Through Torturing Animals

WARNING! The first four minutes are heartbreaking and may be disturbing to animal lovers. You may want to skip the first three minutes.   I have to quote myself, sorry, from the previous post: This is the new science, were … Continue reading

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Buddhism Needs a Face-lift

As I continue reading about American Buddhism in the mainstream media and other sites in the internet, I’ve come to understand why the original Buddhism HAD a natural progressive quality: it was originally about the person AND his/her society. Today … Continue reading

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The Logic in Buddhist Religion

Content: Revelation The Problem with Buddhist Religiosity Good lord, don’t try to be the Buddha The Benefits of Buddhist Logic Bibliography ‘Enough now with teaching what only with difficulty I reached. This Dhamma is not easily realized by those overcome … Continue reading

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