Posts tagged Buddhism
The Poetry of Tụê Sỹ and the Process of Translation

Tuệ Sỹ’s poetry has been received with great acclaim by Vietnamese intellectuals and writers. It has been reviewed by the most notable critics, poets, and writers of the country, all with the highest praises. For his poems speak directly about the spiritual poverty of the country and his own failure in changing it. There is undoubtedly a sadness in it, but it’s a heroic sadness with a deep flavor of Zen. 

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Compassion as a Guide for Care for the Dying

In this article, Buddhist teacher, Zen priest, anthropologist, and author, Roshi Joan Halifax, outlines the impact of using principles of compassion as a guide in caring for the dying. Learn more about the importance of applied spirituality in health care settings by immersing yourself in the stories of end-of-life chaplaincy shared here. 

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