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gary-g-gach's picture
Mar.30.2010
March 26 2010 talk delivered at Nalanda West, Seatle, underscoring the diversity of human nature, the unity of religion and poetry and, as well, the unity of different schools of Buddhism, with emphasis on their evolution in the West, and newly evolving American Buddhist culture. Hear where the...
larry-r-smith's picture
Nov.25.2009
This short talk which I filmed recently features the peaceful side of my work, sitting with others in group meditation in Sandusky, Ohio. My good friend and co-founder with his wife Jan and my wife Ann, does the talk. Enjoy. Check us out at hppt://smithdocs.net/ConvergingPaths.html
gary-g-gach's picture
Aug.13.2009
http://fora.tv/2009/07/28/The_Complete_Idiots_Guide_to_Buddhism_Gary_Gach Ancient wisdom traditions have deep resonance in these uncertain times — not that there’s more suffering than ever before but that more people are aware of suffering. Now that humans are capable of relieving needless...
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Sep.12.2008
Thich Nhat Hanh addresses the United States Congress in 2004 with a focus on the increase in terrorism worldwide.
thich-nhat-hanh's picture
Sep.12.2008
TIME's David Van Biema recently interviewed Thich Nhat Hahn, the famous zen monk who helped lead protests in the 1960s during the war in his native Vietnam.
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Sep.12.2008
In this excerpt, Thich Nhat Hanh speaks about the intensity of anger and grief that human nature is heir to.
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Sep.11.2008
"Every morning, when we wake up, we have twenty-four brand new hours to live." In this hour-long feature, Thich Nhat Hanh speaks about life, the Vietnam War, death, and being mindful of the world around us.