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Ken Jones

Ken Jones was Welsh Buddhist activist, poet. He was an important voice in socially engaged Buddhism and was the founder and later president of the UK Network of Engaged Buddhists and a member of the International Advisory Committee of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship. He died on August 2, 2015.

Recent Articles

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<em>Bodhi Leaves: The Asian American Buddhist Monthly</em> is shaped through the input of twenty Asian American Buddhist leaders who represent a variety of Buddhist traditions, ethnic backgrounds, and experiences. The <em>Bodhi Leaves</em> community is thankful for the insightful direction of these twenty editorial advisors.

Share Your Wisdom: Your Home Altar

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How we see time

The way we view time can cause us to either struggle or to live lightly. Ken Jones shows us that by seeing things as they are we can be spacious.