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82 Monastic Training System of the Jogye Order of Kor… Monastic Training System of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism The Organization and Assessment of the Buddhist Practice and Training System By Ven. Beopjin, Dean of Hainsa Sangha College 11 Mar 2009 5,076
81 Temple Bell Chime 2 Collection of Poems 02 Mar 2009 4,814
80 Temple Bell Chime (풍경소리) is the title of a book of… Temple Bell Chime (풍경소리) is the title of a book of poems written by Koreans usually with a Buddhist relevant theme.  The book is not yet published in English.       해법     아들이 어렸을 적에 바닷가에 데리고 나간 적이 있습니다. “아빠, 바다의 끝은 어디예요?” “저기 끝에 보이는 수평선보다도 19 Feb 2009 4,894
79 Buddhism in Korean This is the second part in a series looking into religion in Korea. The first objective is to give expatriates a springboard from which you can develop spiritually. Feature articles will examine Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, Judaism and Sikhism 23 Jan 2009 5,269
78 Benjamin Bell: U.S. Buddhist in Seoul   Benjamin Bell: U.S. Buddhist in Seoul When Benjamin V. Bell tells people he is a Buddhist, the reaction from most is: "Pure surprise, and usually laughter and smiles, because we literally are all one in the universe (and) they know that. 21 Jan 2009 4,966
77 Buddhist Center Serves Free Lunch Wongaksa Buddhist Center Serves Lunch for the Elderly around Pagoda Park   There is no one at home.  The wife passed away a few years back.  The children are grown.  They don’t call much.  The old man is alone.  Where does he go?  Without a 21 Dec 2008 5,615
76 Korean English Dictionary of Buddhism Korean English Dictionary of Buddhism.. 18 Dec 2008 7,276
75 The Whole World is a Single Flower Conference 2008 세계일화   世界一花   The Whole World Is a Single Flower Last September, the seventh tri-annual “The Whole World Is a Single Flower” international Buddhist conference took place in Eastern Europe . Every three years the conference is hosted in a 26 Nov 2008 6,210
74 10 Virtues of Vegetarianism 10 Virtues of Vegetarianism 17 Jul 2008 5,586
73 Two Kinds of Homesickness One thousand or so years ago, a monk of the Silla dynasty named Hyecho made an amazing journey to what were then called the “Five Kingdoms of India.” Venturing west from China, Hyecho meandered on foot first through the pilgrimage sites of Buddhism and th 31 Oct 2007 5,768
72 Leaving Home All of those who have experienced life as foreigners here in Korea have gotten used to a certain level of inquisitiveness from people on the street. Some of the most common questions asked are, of course, “Where are you from?”, or “Do you like Korean fo 30 Oct 2007 5,556
71 Alive and . . . well . . . What’s been most comfortable and consistent in my relationship with Korean Buddhism is the general openness that welcomes my presence as a foreign layperson at temples across the country. The achim yebul (morning service) in particular was once a frighten 11 Sep 2007 5,773
70 Can Tourism Save Korean Buddhism? Can Tourism Save Korean Buddhism? [Opinion] Tania Campbell on the state of religion in this predominantly Christian nation Buddhism has been an integral part of Korean culture for nearly 2,000 years. With the meteoric rise of Christianity, however, it is 16 Mar 2007 6,454
69 Son Buddhism - Korean Zen Son Buddhism - Korean Zen The Korean word for Ch’an or Zen is Son. Buddhism is highly significant in Korea. The latest figures (1991) show 26 Buddhist sects and 9,231 temples with more than 11 million followers in Korea. The largest Son sect today in K 16 Mar 2007 7,045
68 The Supreme Patriarch’s Dharma Speech for the Clo…  The Supreme Patriarch’s Dharma Speech  for the Closing of the Winter Retreat     "Closing of the Retreat Is the Starting of the Real Retreat" Seon Master Mokju Domyeong called to a practitioner, "Venerable sir!" When the practitioner turned his face ar 06 Mar 2007 5,339
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