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Buddha Salt, Buddha Beer, and Christ’s Corn Chips: Are We Offended Yet?

Someone (I suspect it wasn’t actually a reader) wrote this to me:

Dear Sir/Madam,

As we go to the grocery stores and  kitchens,  we may see “Buddha Salt” by www.buddhasalt.com.

We think it is a great disrespect to use Buddha as a commercial brand. We also feel that it is not good to use Jesus . . . → Read More: Buddha Salt, Buddha Beer, and Christ’s Corn Chips: Are We Offended Yet?

Podcast Episode 65: Breaking Up, Bad Buddha, and Mushrooms

http://media.blubrry.com/dailybuddhism/p/www.dailybuddhism.com/audio/DB65.mp3

Podcast Episode 65:

Welcome back, this is Daily Buddhism audio show number Sixty-Five recorded March 14th, 2014. My name is Brian Schell, and I am your host for the show. You can find the text as well as all links mentioned in this program and all past episodes on . . . → Read More: Podcast Episode 65: Breaking Up, Bad Buddha, and Mushrooms

When Meditation Isn’t Enough

A reader writes:

Hello I’m a fellow Buddhist, I do have a temper and stress problem and always have and have tried to work on it. I have suffered from anxiety since young adulthood, but recently after giving birth to my son have been affected with what doctors think is stress induced IBS. It . . . → Read More: When Meditation Isn’t Enough

Legendary Days and Holidays

A Reader writes:

I’m listening to the podcast on Buddhist Christmas, and I just wanted to add one thing. Technically, Christmas is not a Christian holiday. It started in Germany from a saint (Nicholas) who gave out presents to orphans. And if you do scientific research, you can figure out that there is no . . . → Read More: Legendary Days and Holidays

From New York to India, by Forrest Curran

Forrest Curran

It’s Guest Post time once again!

If you or someone you know is interested in writing a guest post, drop me a note.

Forrest Curran is the founder of Purple Buddha Project. From Tokyo, Japan; he is currently traveling the World while he spreads motivation and encouragement through his project.

 

 

From New York to India

Following your dreams . . . → Read More: From New York to India, by Forrest Curran