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With the fame of website development services round the world, a great amount of web development groups have been launched toward render superior services. It's an astonishing news for diverse businesses to create a choice from a variety of website development groups yet it similarly makes it hard to select the most appropriate one from a big number of diverse organizations.

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Why Yoga is different from Tai Chi


People are becoming caught up between choosing yoga or Tai chi. I can relate with them because both exercise programs trains the mind and body. Let’s take closer look at what the yoga program offers and who it is for and then do the same for Tai chi. Yoga is a unique exercise program that originated from the ancient Indian culture, practices by over 12 million people around the world, it has since become more popular than other exercise program.

Ed Catmull Interviewed by IDP's Board Director Tarikh Korula

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In this podcast, IDP Board Director Tarikh Korula interviews Ed Catmull, the co-founder of Pixar and president of Disney Animation Studios.

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Lady Gaga Meets HH Dalai Lama - China Bans Her Music

Lady Gaga and HH Dalai Lama met June 26 in Indiana, where the 30 year old singer interviewed His Holiness on the topic of kindness.  They were both in the midwest to participate at the United States Conference for Mayors 

Real Happiness Week 2: Coloring meditatively

Maybe you've seen some of the dozens of stories about coloring as the new meditation. People who know I meditate send them to me and ask what I think  -- which is that coloring is not actually meditation, but it can be done meditatively.

Good Morning Monday: Steve Jobs' Zen Teacher

To be born on this earth is to have the whole thing. From the beginning there are precise distinctions between things, but the whole thing is yourself. That is how it started. When we become deeply involved in precise discrimination between things for a long time, we forget our original self. We do not lose that original nature, but we forget. To sit is to recover that original nature fully, and to stay with it for a while. Kobun Chino Roshi

Good Morning Monday - Buddhism in the Kitchen

Eric Ripert, chef and owner of Le Bernadin, a famous NYC Michelin-rated restaurant, said recently:

I have applied good principles of Buddhism with the employees of Le Bernardin . . . [and] in the way of having more simplistic presentations than having something complicated on a plate. It’s also more about the respect of the ingredients and the respect of the animals that have been killed and served to the clients—that’s probably where Buddhism had most impact.

Laurie Anderson takes on the Buddhist View of Death and Bardo in New Film

Laurie Anderson and her deceased husband, Lou Reed, were both students of the Tibetan Buddhist teacher, Yongey Mingur Rinpoche.  IDP Blog Writer, Nancy Thompson wrote a wonderful post here, describing how they used their Buddhist practice to prepare for Lou's death, and how their practice enabled them to love and support each other through his illne

Off the Cushion and Onto the Dance Floor

"It's a meditation," the dance instructor says, coaxing me to relax and follow him in the tango.

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