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South Korea Offers Exotic Palaces, Gardens, Religious Sites, Stone Art and An Ancient Culture

South Korea is home to some of the oldest temples, gardens and Stone Art from centuries past. Read More »

Book Review: Fearless at Work: Timeless Teachings for Awakening Confidence, Resilience, and Creativity in the Face of Life’s Demands by Michael Carroll

You can work through your insecurities and awaken your intuition. Start with stillness and silence. Read More »

Dethroning the Hierophant

The resignation of Pope Benedict XVI: Bellwether of the breakdown of religious authority and religious abuse. Read More »

The Buddhist Alliance: Eckhart Tolle and David Foster Wallace

Eckhart Tolle and David Foster Wallace appear to share a certain surprising interest. Read More »

Book Review: Buddha In Your Backpack: Buddha In Your Backpack by Franz Metcalf

Teens and Buddhism: A good start, but there's more to be said. Read More »

Book Review: A New Myth for America by James Hilgendorf

Spirituality in America - reborn. Read More »

Book Review: Leadership in Business by Raju Khatri (K.C.)

How do the Vedas explain mind management for success and becoming mentally healthy? If you want to succeed in your business, read this book. Read More »

The Meaning of Life in China’s Rush to Embrace Materialism

There is a grave fear that in its rush to embrace materialism China is losing touch with its cultural heritage and as a result will be rudderless. Read More »

DVD Review: The Lost Temple of Java

The Lost Temple of Java is a must-see for any fan of history, archaeology, or exotic places. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: The Zen of Steve Jobs by Caleb Melby, Forbes LLC and JESS3

The Zen of Steve Jobs imagines a friendship and poses some interesting theories about how Apple design may have its roots in Zen Buddhism. Read More »