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106 Irrepressible Stories of the Nuns of Mount Jiri Vegetarian Cats By Ven. Cheonjin 16 Jun 2011 2,626
105 Irrepressible Stories of the Nuns of Mount Jiri Offering Fingernails to Ants By Ven. Cheonjin 16 Jun 2011 2,539
104 Irrepressible Stories of the Nuns of Mount Jiri Mouse Food Story By Ven. Cheonjin 07 Apr 2011 2,618
103 Irrepressible Stories of the Nuns of Mount Jiri Cave Story By Ven. Cheonjin 04 Apr 2011 2,654
102 The Meaning of the Three-Leaf Clover “Are you happy?” This was once a popular phrase. This is a line from the movie, “Waikiki Brothers.” “Are you happy this moment? Do you consider yourself a happy person?” At these questions, it is said that there would 22 Mar 2011 3,549
101 Let us Rejoice even in the Smallest Merit Let us Rejoice even in the Smallest Merit 04 Mar 2011 2,697
100 Silent Promises     In a secular world that is becoming increasingly complex and heartless, we are becoming bound by such a sea of laws that we can hardly keep track of them. It’s difficult to understand why we need so many laws and regulations just to get on 02 Mar 2011 2,522
99 "What More Could You Want?"    If you asked me when I feel best in my daily routines, I would unhesitatingly answer that it’s right after shaving my head and bathing. Instinctively I feel clear and clean both inside and out, and that’s when I feel most lighthearted. It 22 Feb 2011 2,686
98 Branches Snapping in the Snow The following is one short essay from the recently published anthology of 65 early works, compiled and translated from the late Ven. Beopjeong’s first twenty years of writing, 1965-1985. "The Sound of Water, the Sound of Wind" was published on Feb. 1, 201 25 Jan 2011 2,368
97 Standing Under a Tree The following is one short essay from the recently published anthology of 65 early works, compiled and translated from the late Ven. Beopjeong’s first twenty years of writing, 1965-1985. "The Sound of Water, the Sound of Wind" was published on Feb. 1, 201 21 Jan 2011 2,640
96 Ulyeok: Work Practice Korean temple’s work practice is from this tradition of Chan (Seon or Zen) Buddhism. In the warmer Theravadan countries resolved the eating problem by making alms rounds. When this tradition came to the colder northern countries, the self-sufficient farmi 06 May 2010 2,655
95 Baru Gongyang (Formal Meal) Baru Gongyang is a Buddhist formal meal. At the appearance of the morning star, the Buddha gained enlightenment and the four heavenly kings wanted to make a meal offering to him. He didn’t have a bowl so each king offered him a stone bowl. He overlapped t 19 Mar 2010 3,402
94 PARAMITA: Jogye Order Youth Organization Jogye Order’s youth organization Paramita’s mission is to help teenagers gain a correct understanding of moral principles, become master of their own destiny, and contribute in making a world of true humanity. Established in 1996, Paramita now has 15 bran 08 Mar 2010 2,533
93 Without Possession We accumulate things because we need them, but sometimes our things cause us great aggravation. Thus, to possess something can mean to be possessed by that thing. When the things we accumulated through need have actually bound our freedom, we can say that 05 Mar 2010 2,728
92 My Visit to Korea Ven. Tubten Gyatso’s visit to Korea 05 Mar 2010 3,521
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