Experience

Inheriting Invincible Faith by Tanya Henderson and Donna Greene

World Tribune: Thank you, Tanya and Donna, for sharing your experience with us on how you have developed a harmonious family across generations. Donna, how did you begin your Buddhist practice? Donna Greene: In 1974, I spent a…

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The Gateway to Happiness by Sue Kuan

Sue Kuan, of Millbrae, Calif., uses her faith to create value from tragedy. World Tribune: Thank you for sharing your experience with us! What was life like in Taiwan? Sue Kuan: I worked at a bank while my…

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Discovering a Life of Appreciation and Joy by Marc Giannavola

A year ago, you could have described me as negative, standoffish and generally unhappy. Though I hadn’t experienced any serious hardships in life, I lacked appreciation for everything and everyone around me. My attitude caused me to be…

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Remaining a Lifelong Youth by Bessie Kay

Forty years ago, I started practicing Nichiren Buddhism. I was 50 years old at the time. I hadn’t experienced any dramatic suffering, but I was nonetheless plagued by basic questions regarding life. I wondered, for instance, why some…

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A Mission of the Heart by Jay Lutsky

For years, I struggled with understanding my mission in life. I was raised Jewish in New York City, where there was strong familial pressure to become a doctor or dentist. Without too much resistance, I went to dental school…

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