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March 21 2013

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The Mantra



The Medicine Buddha Mantra

This recitation is a western rendition of the Tibetan Mantra.

It is approved by Yeshe Donden the once physician of the Dalai Lama.

 

 

Short version:


Tayata
Om Bekandze Bekandze
Maha Bekandze
Radza Samudgate Soha

 

The mantra means:
May the many sentient beings
who are sick,
quickly be freed from sickness.
And may all the sicknesses of beings
Never arise again.

 

Listen to:

The short version of the Medicine Buddha Mantra

 

Long version:

 

OM namo bhagawate Bhaishjaya guru
vaidurya prabha rajaya tathagataya
arhate samyaksam buddhaya teyatha
om bekhajye bekhajye maha bekhajye
bekhajye rajaya samudgate
svaha

March 20 2013

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Benny Lava...(WITH LYRICS) Hilarious - YouTube

March 19 2013

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Nothing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



Nothing is no thing,[1] denoting the absence of something. Nothing is a pronoun associated with nothingness.[1]

In nontechnical uses, nothing denotes things lacking importance, interest, value, relevance, or significance.[1] Nothingness is the state of being nothing,[2] the state of nonexistence of anything, or the property of having nothing.

March 18 2013

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Antibiotic resistance: why we must win the war against superbugs

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria kill far more people each year globally than terrorism. Why are we losing the battle against them, asks one doctor.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2013/mar/17/antibiotic-resistance-war-against-superbugs

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Painted faces, scarred bodies, wooden guns and extravagant headdresses: Amazing photographs reveal the lost world of the Omo tribes of Ethiopia | Mail Online


  

  • Incredible photographs allow a glimpse into the lost world of the Omo tribes
  • Some 200,000 people live peacefully and close to nature in one of the most far flung, yet beautiful parts of the world
  • Photographs published in new book 'Natural Fashion: Tribal Decoration from Africa'

 

Celebration: photographer hans silvestre described the paint and head dresses worn by his subjects as a 'kind of coquetry, seduction, pride and celebration'

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March 17 2013

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The Southern Expeditions of Emperors Kangxi and Qianlong | China Heritage Quarterly



The Manchu rulers of the Qing dynasty (1644-1911) inherited the Grand Canal which linked the north and south of the country and connected the major river systems running from west to east. Hailing from the mountains, forests, meadows and wetlands of China's north-east beyond the Great Wall, the Manchus succeeded in traversing the barrier that had delineated the practices of settled agriculture and nomadic herding. They would create an empire that straddled both sides of the walls and that extended across Mongolia, north into southern Siberia and across to Central Asia.
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DNA study clarifies how polar bears and brown bears are related



At the end of the last ice age, a population of polar bears was stranded by the receding ice on a few islands in southeastern Alaska. Male brown bears swam across to the islands from the Alaskan mainland and mated with female polar bears, eventually transforming the polar bear population into brown bears.

March 16 2013

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This well-known Egyptian symbol is actually an early math problem



Chances are you've seen this symbol before, because it's one of the most well-known

Egyptian symbols. It's called the Eye of Horus. It's been in the background of plenty of

mummy movies, and been turned into a lot of necklace charms.

Some people think it's writing. Actually, it's math.

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Capitalism efficient? We can do so much better | Richard Wolff | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk



Capitalism's last 250 years in Europe and the US repeatedly devastated the natural environment and imposed horrific conditions on working people. Multinational corporations are now reproducing that history elsewhere around the globe. China displays some of the most polluted industrial cities on the planet, alongside another "gilded age" of new millionaires. India and Russia display equally stunning inequalities. And so on.

We can and should do better than this kind of global "economic development".

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