Student Editorial: Belle Roberts, Class of 2017 World Religions Class: Ukiah United Methodist Church For the first installment of this three-part series, the 11th and 12th graders journeyed into Ukiah on Sunday morning, February 14th, to attend ten o’clock Mass. Right away they were greeted with smiling faces […]
by Suzanne Zhang, Class of 2017 As a girl who has been in touch with Buddhism for her whole life, I am not unfamiliar with the two Buddhist vocabulary: Bodhisattva and Arhat. They are both two very common words in Buddhism. Since I was young, my father has […]
by Cherry Chong, Class of 2016 Everything in the world is interconnected- humans and animals, animals and environment. In this universe, everything is related to each other. Just like what Buddhism called as cause and effect, karma, and retribution. And this reminds me of a Buddhist quote that […]
Class of 2016 at the Parliament of World Religions in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (Oct. 15-19, 2015).
by Klare Hu, Class of 2017 From a non-buddhist point of view, Buddhism prevails in the society with mindfulness practices and virtues. While it is not untrue, there is more to it than the misconception that Buddhists are mere pacifists whose religious structure is free of rules and […]
11th Grade Buddhist Studies One of the topics in Buddhism that is hard to grasp is the Twelve Links of Causal Conditions or Twelve Links of Dependent Origination, the practice of a pratyekabuddha, a solitary sage. The students were assigned to produce a visual project on this topic. […]