My Time Ends with Buddhism

Another month, another religion, another goodbye. Buddhism, you and I…it’s been real, pal. That’s the overall lesson of Buddhism, isn’t it? Learning to open ourselves up to reality free of our input and biases. Indeed, it’s hard to wash a dish without thinking about the dish, or the bills, or the kids arguing over a […]

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End of Month Video: Buddhism

Here is the end-of-the-month video for my month with Buddhism. Hope you enjoy. I sure as Zen did… httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pfi2sJwOvik

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A Buddhist Walks into a Christian Homeschool Convention…

…And he is asked to leave. Just kidding! Lighten up people, it’s Friday. As many of you know, we are a homeschooling family. One of the coolest things about homeschooling is that everything becomes a lesson. If we go to a theme park, boom, physics. If I take the kids to the river, bang, biology and […]

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A House Divided…

In my community, like much of the South, one’s allegiance is judged based on two categories: where you go to church, and which sports team you support. Given my “promiscuity” with Project Conversion and the fact that I’m not a huge sports fan, I’m not too much fun at social gatherings. Despite my social black sheep […]

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Interview with Buddhist Author, Sumi Loundon Kim

One of my favorite aspects of Project Conversion is all the incredible people I meet during each month. Each person has a unique view or form of expression toward his or her faith, from music to art and philosophy, all of which gives us a more in-depth image of what that faith is all about. I recently […]

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