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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Dharma Tube

Yes, there is a Dharma Tube! It is run by the same venerable that runs the Urban Dharma website, Venerable Kusala Bhikshu. Dharma Tube includes various videos not only on Buddhism, but also topics relating to how the world works.

"DharmaTube.org --- is home to a variety of Dharma (Truth) recorded on video and audio for free online viewing and listening (Flash Video/Audio). Kusala and friends share the Dharma in a simple non-technical way to support the Buddhist ideal of ending suffering through clarity and kindness."

So far, I've watched three videos - "The Fly", "Stroke of Insight", and "The Story of Stuff". I especially recommend the last one. It's a quick-paced, fun, and informative video about where all our "stuff" is from and where it goes.

And don't forget, Venerable Kusala also uploads personal podcasts of his dharma talks at various schools, churchs, conferences, and so forth. Enjoy!

1 comment:

NKRobbins said...

There is a wonderful profile of Annie Leonard, Story of Stuff, in the Sept/October 2008 issue of Women's Adventure Magazine. Check it out.