Durante el mes de diciembre, en todo el mundo se celebran multitud de tradiciones. Algunos ejemplos, de los más conocidos: El día de la iluminación (Budismo) Janucá: Fiesta de las Luces (Judaica) S…
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At the heart of Nhat Hanh’s teachings is the idea that “understanding is love’s other name” — that to love another means to fully understand his or her suffering. (“Suffering” sounds rather dramatic, but in Buddhism it refers to any source of profound dissatisfaction — be it physical or psychoemotional or spiritual.) Understanding, after all, is what everybody needs — but even if we grasp this on a theoretical level, we habitually get too caught in the smallness of our fixations to be able to offer such expansive understanding. (Maria Popova)
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Peace Bell at the United Nations, New York City. Image by Dragonbite
Outside the United Nations headquarters in New York sits the Peace Bell, protected by a Japanese pagoda. It is rung mid-morning on 21st September, followed by a few moments of silence in which to think about world peace. The bell was given to the United Nations by Japan in 1954 and is cast from coins donated by the delegates attending the 1951 conference of the United Nations, collected for the bell by children. The inscription on the side of the bell is in Japanese characters and reads “Long live absolute world peace”. source: http://www.activityvillage.co.uk/peace-day
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