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Buddhism for Everyone with JoAnn Fox

Sep 21, 2020

Right speech is abstaining from:

  • false speech
  • divisive speech
  • harsh speech
  • frivolous speech 


  1. Lying (false speech): The performance is indicating something false through speaking, through choosing not to speak, or through gesture. Causing others to engage in the three types of speech—lying, divisive speech, or...

Sep 14, 2020

Moral discipline is the foundation of the spiritual path in Buddhism. Virtue means something that creates happiness or inner peace (good karma). When we determine that an action is virtuous or non-virtuous, it doesn’t imply judgment or that a person is good or bad, but rather that the action will either bring...

Sep 8, 2020

In this episode, we consider our own Buddha-nature, the real nature of our mind: pure, peaceful, wise and compassion. We also learn how to do the practice of taking and giving (or Tonglen in Tibetan) to generate compassion for ourselves and to purify our future self. 


‘Monks, this mind is brightly shining, but it is...