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Why do we blog? At Sangha Without Borders, we feel it is important to provide you with resources, as well as a place for sharing. Our blogs include meditation scripts, poetry, prayers, readings for reflection, and spiritual talks. Our blog also provides a place to post your stories as a guest blogger. Community is very important to us, and we see our blog page as a place where community can come together and share; not only treasured readings and poetry, but also experiences. As unique individuals on a similar path, we all have our own insights and perspectives to contribute.

Sharing your personal experiences on the blog, provides the opportunity for others to read your story and perhaps find some encouragement or guidance that is useful in their own lives and circumstances. It can also provide comfort, a feeling of relatedness and the reassurance that none of us are ever alone. Blogging is a small way to make a big difference for the other members of the Sangha Without Borders community.

In addition, what you may not know, is that your blogging helps us to physically grow this community. Interactive blogging is directly related to how we grow and interact with more and more Sangha around the globe. This provides more opportunity for sharing wisdom, love and guidance. Interactive blogging creates a circle of positive reciprocity. Everyone gives, and everyone receives. When everyone is giving and receiving, there is balance. There is appreciation. There is love.

As it is in any community, Sangha Without Borders cannot exist without you. Your wisdom, your perspective, your insight and your willingness to share them make all the difference.
Thank you, sincerely, for your blog contributions.

January 3, 2018

“Somewhere between right and wrong there is a garden - I will meet you there” ...

December 20, 2017

Prayer Changes Us

I used to pray that God would feed the hungry,

or do this or that,

but now...

December 13, 2017

To the Eyes of Impure Seekers

O Master, who to the eyes of impure seekers,

Appears in divers...

December 6, 2017

Awareness is the natural, innate, knowing quality of mind that is with us all the time. We...

November 29, 2017

"I see that I am not limited by this body made of the four elements. I am the whole of th...

Throughout religious history, the Christian monk, Saint Francis of Assisi, continues to ca...

Begin by taking a moment to give attention to your meditative posture: 

  1. You may be sitt...

November 8, 2017

Because of the world's difficult social and political environment, we are all being forced...

This piece was taken from His Holiness, The Dalai Lama’s Book of Transformation.

May I tran...

October 25, 2017

A Life Of Travel

Like study and teaching, traveling has always been at the center of my lif...

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Sangha Without Borders is currently physically located in London, UK