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HH Karmapa experiences student life

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His Holiness Karmapa recently visited Princeton, his fourth stop on a tour of major American universities. Immersing himself in university life, HH Karmapa met with students, attended classes, and spoke on contemporary social issues from a Buddhist perspective. HH Karmapa, dubbed as the “Green Buddha,” gave a talk at the university chapel on April 1st titled, “A Buddhist Perspective: The Environment, Gender and Activism.”

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How do Buddhist teachings become a lifestyle? – Mitra Tyler Dewar

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What are the signs and the process by which the teachings become a part of our lifestyle? How does “helping others” manifest in this process? In this candid interview, Mitra Tyler Dewar shares his thoughts about how we can engage our Buddhist practice in daily life, in ways that make a real and lasting positive shift in our lives and in the lives of those around us.

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