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Subtle Wisdom
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Youthful Questioning
Who Was Buddha? What Is Chan?
Buddhism, Pain, and Suffering
Chan Training
Methods of Practice and Stages of Development in Chan
Enlightenment? But What Is It?
Compassion
Complete Enlightenment: Zen Comments on the Sutra of Complete Enlightenment
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Bodhisattva Manjusri
Bodhisattva Samantabhadra
Bodhisattva Universal Vision
Bodhisattva Vajragarbha
Bodhisattva Maitreya
Bodhisattva Pure Wisdom
Bodhisattva at Ease in Majestic Virtue
Bodhisattva Cleansed of All Karmic Obstructions
Bodhisattva of Universal Enlightenment
Bodhisattva of Complete Enlightenment
Bodhisattva Foremost in Virtue and Goodness
The Meaning of Life
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The Meaning of Life is to Fulfill One's Duties and be Responsible
The Value of Life is to Offer and to Contribute
Bearing the Task of Contribution
Accepting Retribution, Fulfilling Wishes and Making Vows
The Different Stages of Generating Vows
The Six Ethics of the Mind
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Family Ethics
Daily Life Ethics
School Ethics
Environmental Ethics
Workplace Ethics
Ethics between Ethnic Groups
Conclusion: Constructing Pure Land in the Human World with the Six Ethics of the Mind
Vows of the Six Ethics of the Mind
Establishing Global Ethics
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Foreword
Eliminating Barriers, Enhancing Mutual Respect and Love
Cherishing the World and Bringing an End to Conflict C
Interreligious Understanding and Cooperation The Vision and Mission of Religious Leaders The “Sacred” in a Pluralistic World:Seeking Common Ground While Preserving Differences Providing Economic Aid and Educational Support to Transform the Outlook of Fundamentalists The Mission of World Religious Leaders in the 21st Century
Combining the Power of Women in the Pursuit of World Peace
Crisis and Peace
Violence and Terrorism in Religion Establishing Global Ethics through Education Compassion and Wisdom: Handling Conflict
The Global Trend of Communicating from the Heart
A Common Path
Resolving Conflict and Violence with Compassion
Starting from the Mind
Wu Ming Exposes Ignorance
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Editor's Note
Be Content, Be Grateful, and Be Liberated from Fame and Riches
Living in the Moment; Walking the Bodhisattva Path
Questions from the Audience
The Buddha Mind, Universe, and Awakening
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A Shocking Experience in the Universe
The Origin of the Universe and the Universe as Seen in the Avatamsaka Sutra
Science and the Mystery of Consciousness
The Quantum World and Karmic Consciousness
The Future of Humanity
Questions from the Audience
Meeting of Minds
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Foreword
Notes to the Reader
A Brief Introduction to Tibetan Buddhism By His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama 21
A Dialogue on Tibetan and Chinese Buddhism (His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama and Venerable Chan Master Sheng Yen)
Glossary
Appendix (About His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama About the Master Sheng Yen)
Living in the 21st Century: A Buddhist View
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Contents:
Introduction
Preface
Environmental Protection Buddhadharma-Wisdom for Solving World Problems Protecting the Four Environments to Improve the Human Character How to Protect Our Spiritual
Environment
A Proposition for Living in the 21st Century
The Meaning of the Fivefold Spiritual Renaissance Campaign in Our
Era
Integrating the Spirit with the World
Living Buddhadharma
A Movement of Spiritual Enlightenment and Living Education
The Four Approaches for Cultivating Peace
The Four Guidelines for Dealing with Desires
The Four Steps for Handling a Problem
The Four Methods for Helping Oneself and Others
The Four Ways to Cultivate Blessings Appendix
The Buddhadharma in Daily Life
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Contents:
What is the Buddhadharma?
The Essential Teachings of the Buddha- Recognizing Suffering and Ending Suffering Methods for Ending Suffering
Application of the Buddhadharma
How Should Lay Practitioners Engage in Spiritual Practice?
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