Category Archives: nondiscrimination

Don’t Blame the Match

 Raw Mindfulness post “Don’t Blame the Match” by Annie Mahon Thich Nhat Hanh often uses matches to illustrate the idea of causes and conditions. He brings a little box of matches out of his brown monk’s bag, he opens the … Continue reading

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We Are the Beaters; We Are the Beaten

By THICH NHAT HANH – APRIL 15, 1991 – Los Angeles Times People everywhere on the planet have seen the image of the Los Angeles policemen beating the young driver. The moment I first saw it, I saw myself … Continue reading

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The Mind of Non-Discrimination

Post from Kosmos Journal titles “Thich Nhat Hanh on the Consciousness of Things“ Is the consciousness of a flower or a cat equal to that of a human being? Do non-living things have consciousness? In 2014, at the University of Virginia, … Continue reading

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