The Path of Wisdom

“There is a misconception that Buddhism is a religion and that you worship Buddha.  Buddhism is a practice, like Yoga, you can be a Christian and practice Buddhism.  I met a Catholic priest who lives in a Buddhist Monastery in France.  He told me that Buddhism makes him a better Christian.  I love that.” Thich Nhat Hanh

The Tripitaka is the earliest collection of Buddhist writing and contains a total of 2184 sacred writings and tales to guide the Buddhist communities.

Miracles of Buddha

In the Iddhipada-vibhanga Sutta, the Buddha states: “When the four bases of spiritual power have been developed and cultivated in this way, a bhikkhu (monk)

Daughters of Mara

The demon Mara sent his three daughters Tanha, Arati, and Raga to tempt the Buddha. Tanha = “thirst, desire, longing, greed”, either physical or mental.

Buddha Finds His Former Disciples

THE Blessed One entered the great city of Benares. He wandered through the streets, asking for alms; he ate the food that was given him,

Fasting Seven weeks Under the Bodhi Tree

At 29 years old Siddhartha left his wife and child for 7 weeks to attain enlightenment through fasting and meditation. During the first week after

Gopa, Princess Yasodhara

Summary: Gopa (also known as Yasodhara) of the Sakya, daughter of Dandapani was found to be beautiful, wise, and full of grace. Believing her perfections

Purified in Sacred Ponds

He purified his body with the water from the sacred ponds, and he purified his soul with the holy water of virtue.




Many of the temples at Angkor, all of which gave expression to Indian cosmological and mythical themes, were built in order to provide a locus through which kings and other members of the royal family could be assured of immortality by becoming identified with Shiva or one of the other preeminent gods of the realm.


Truths of Buddhism


Is Lost in the Universe



The Law

Of Cause and Effect


“If you are quiet enough, you will hear the flow of the universe. You will feel its rhythm. Go with this flow. Happiness lies ahead. Meditation is key.” Buddha


Audio Book

The best-known book in the Pali Buddihist cannon.  It is an anthology of basic Buddhist teaching (primarily ethical teachings) in a simple aphoristic style.

“In the end, only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.” – Buddha

“Love one another and you will be mine, and I will preserve you, and raise you up, and abide with you for ever.” T&C 175:4