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Dharmabyte: Bringing Things to Light

By Sadayasihi on Thu, 12 Sep, 2019 - 14:00

Here we have Kusalasara speaking about the fetter of vagueness, distinguishing it from negative types of doubt.

Doubt can be used to challenge our assumptions, and has a quality of discovering what’s most positive. Vagueness is a force guaranteed to prevent progress.

Excerpted from the talk Breaking the Fetter of Vagueness given as part of the series ‘The Taste of Freedom’ Revisited at the London Buddhist Centre, 2019.

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London Buddhist Centre
London Buddhist Centre

Diary of a London Buddhist: Our spinning planet. By Kusalasara

By Kusalasara on Wed, 3 Aug, 2016 - 17:18

Diary of a London Buddhist: Our spinning planet. By Kusalasara

By Kusalasara on Wed, 3 Aug, 2016 - 17:18

Winter

A dead fox has been dredged from Regent’s Canal. I too might die like that, in the flush of health by some slight accident. Will death be like that? Humiliating, unexpected? Both, I suppose. It has been raining and there are two drunks up ahead. One calls out to me: ‘Watch out for the snails, Miss’. He is bending over, moving the snails off the path. Sympathy for the downtrodden.

Spring

Spring is hard: it is relentlessly blithe, and I am quite the...

Clear Vision Trust
Clear Vision Trust

8th Young Buddhists Retreat - NewsByte Nov2015

By sanghadhara on Wed, 18 Nov, 2015 - 21:51

8th Young Buddhists Retreat - NewsByte Nov2015

By sanghadhara on Wed, 18 Nov, 2015 - 21:51

In October 2015 the 8th International Young Buddhist retreat took place in Adhisthana where Singhamati handed on her responsibilities as Young Buddhists coordinator. This project has grown substantially and is consolidating its place in Triratna