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Thoughts on Spirituality Beyond Religion By Kyabje Khamtrul Rinpoche

Thoughts on Spirituality Beyond Religion By Kyabje Khamtrul Rinpoche Something to consider Wendy Mason is the Happiness Coach and author of a new novel,   The Wolf Project.   Wendy is a life and career coach and writer. She is passionate about helping people find happiness at work and at home! To find out more email , find her on Skype at wendymason14, or call +44 (0) 2081239146 (02081239146 for UK callers) or +1 262 317 9016 if you are in the US.   A free trial/consultation allows you to give phone coaching a real trial without any financial risk. And remember there are great benefits to be achieved from coaching by phone or Skype. CV review and interview preparation a speciality

Find Your Spiritual Buzz With Beliefnet

Tibetan endless knot   (Photo credit: Wikipedia ) Find Your Spiritual Buzz With Beliefnet Beliefnet is a large and very up-beat multi-faith e-community that provides a forum for religious information and inspiration.  The site includes prayers, meditations, other spiritual tools,and discussion groups. Beliefnet provides information about the whole range of religious and spiritual beliefs from Christianity to Zoroastrianism . It interviews religious figures as well as offering articles and blogs on various creeds. Beliefnet has received a Webby as the best religion and spirituality site. And, as well as  information,  it offers  entertainme nt, eCards,  quizzes  and "Soulmatch".  Discussions are oriented toward specific groups of people, such as couples and teens with topics ranging from abortion to sexism, and dozens of religious faiths. Specific discussion boards exist to ask questions about religions and engage in interfaith dialogue as well a

The Dalai Lama Talks About The Need For Compassion And Respect

The Dalai Lama Talks About The Need For Compassion And Respect  The Dalai Lama speaks at Stanford about the need for dialogue in resolving conflict, and the need for compassion that extends beyond creeds and beliefs. 'Dalai Lama advocates a secular approach to compassion' Stanford University: Stanford News: Stanford University Channel on YouTube: Category: Related articles The Leader's Way: Business, Buddhism and Happiness in an Interconnected World - Leadership Lessons from the Dalai Lama Are you stressed-out by your poor work-life balance? Having a Bad Day - Tips For Dealing With Days When You Just Feel Down