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Buddhist Scriptures:

On Site: Read "The Table Clock."
Written by a Korean Buddhist monk,
it touches on the concept of "inyon."

Buddhist Studies: World-Wide Web Virtual Library.

This high quality, comprehensive site can lead you to almost anything you're looking for.

Texts from The Buddhist Publication Society.

This Sri Lankan publisher represents the older Theravada tradition.

The Electronic Boddhidharma.

The WWW site of the International Research Institute for Zen Buddhism (IRIZ) in Kyoto, Japan (in English and in Japanese).

Journal of Buddhist Ethics.

This award-winning site offers free subscriptions.

Buddhist Society UK.

Non-sectarian and non-political, and dedicated to the basic teachings of Buddhism.

The Dalai Lama.

"This website is dedicated to creating awareness of the life and work of His Holiness Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet"
Tibetan Government in Exile; multilingual site (Tibetan, English, Hindi, Chinese).
International Campaign for Tibet; "Free Tibet" Campaign (U.K.).

Soka Gakkai.

Followers of Nichiren.

Resources for the Study of Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism.

Maintained by Dr. A. Charles Muller, a scholar of East Asian philosophy and religion, Toyo Gakuen University in Japan.

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The Art of Happiness : A Handbook for Living by H. H. the Dalai Lama, Howard C. Cutler.

Review by Booklist:
The Dalai Lama's most salient traits are his great beaming smile and hearty laugh, spontaneous expressions of happiness that inspired Cutler, a psychiatrist, to initiate what evolved into a long and productive series of conversations about what aspects of Buddhist thought could help non-Buddhists achieve a sense of fulfillment. Their discussions ranged far and wide, revealing many differences between Eastern and Western thought.... Over and over again, Cutler poses complicated psychological inquiries only to have the Dalai Lama offer responses that reach far beyond the parameters of the self. There really is such a thing as an art of happiness, and this is one of the best how-to books a reader will ever find. --Donna Seaman

  Art Of Happiness

The Marriage of Sense and Soul : Integrating Science and Religion by Ken Wilber.

Noted philosopher and practicing Buddhist discusses framework basic to philosophy of science and what he considers central to religious experience. The relations among material world, body, mind, and spirit are central.
Book Description by Amazon.com: There is arguably no more critical and pressing topic than the relation of science and religion in the modern world. Science has given us the methods for discovering truth, while religion remains the single greatest force for generating meaning. Yet the two are seen as mutually exclusive, with wrenching consequences for humanity. In The Marriage of Sense and Soul, one of today's most important philosophers brilliantly articulates how we might begin to think about science and religion in ways that allow for their reconciliation....

Jesus and Buddha : The Parallel Sayings by Marcus J. Borg (Editor), Jack Kornfield (Introduction), Ray Riegert (Editor), Kenneth Leong (Editor).

Synopsis: The author of Meeting Jesus Again for the First Time uncovers the strange and unexplained parallels among Jesus' sermons and Buddha's sayings. Jesus and Buddha delves into the mysteries surrounding Christ and Buddha, traces the life story and beliefs of both, and then presents their dual teachings in a beautifully formatted fashion.

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