Jim Luce on Buddhism

J im Luce’s best friend his freshman year at college, living in the international dorm, was a Japanese Buddhist by the name of Ryuichi Hirabayashi who influenced Jim to study in Tokyo and broaden his horizons.

  1. Buddhism and the Universal Concept of Social Responsibility
  2. Buddhism for Beginners: Insights from a Non-Buddhist
  3. Under the Bodhi Tree in Bodh Gaya Where the Prince Became The Buddha

Buddhism_and_Social_Responsibility_AATeacher, author, poet, and peace activist Thich Nhất Hạnh in The Netherlands, 2006.

Series On Pilgrimage: Following the Footsteps of Buddha Across N.E. India in 15 Parts

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