- The Dukkha of Racism: Racial Inclusion and Justice in American Convert Buddhism
- Editor's note: I'm delighted to host guest-posts dealing with Race in American Buddhist communities. The first, by the above title, is by Dr.
- Bob Odenkirk pays tribute to Garry Shandling
- I just looked that up: It's the cycle of birth, life, awards shows, and death that is characterized by dukkha — failure, suffering, anxiety, and dissatisfaction — a.k.a.
- We Asked Some Psychologists to Explain the Science Behind Your Crippling FOMO
- Writers, poets, and philosophers have continually searched for le mot juste, the right word, to describe human suffering.
- Mindfulness and Self-Care: Why Should I Care?
- Put another way, if you had a group of people who are suffering -- not a little, but quite profoundly -- and you only have them for 2 1/2 hours for a few weeks, what would *you* do to equip them as best you can to deal with their dukkha after they leave?
Dukkha is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Dukkha books and related discussion.
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