Donna Quesada: Well, Ken, I want to thank you for your time. It’s just an honor and a pleasure to be able to spend this time with you.
by Joe Martino: The teachings of many of history’s religious and philosophical figures are timeless, but are often mistakenly taken at face value…
by Chad Foreman: Recently my mother met a friend on the street. “How’s your son doing? the friend asked.
by Andrew Barker: No-Self… In Buddhism one of the ‘Three Characteristics’ is No-Self
by David Loy: At the heart of Buddhist teachings is a crucial ambiguity that has become increasingly problematic as Buddhism has globalized.
Buddhist Teacher Jack Kornfield On Gratitude, The Mindful Revolution, And Learning To Embrace Suffering
by Carolyn Gregoire: In some Buddhist traditions, there’s a prayer in which one makes a rather unusual request of the universe: Bring me challenges and obstacles.
by Sharon Salzberg: Faith is something very personally meaningful to me.
by Karen Bouris: The founder and abbot of Upaya Zen Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Roshi Joan Halifax has been a socially active leader in Buddhism for more than 40 years
by Susan Bernstein: I recently learned a great question that’s reducing my need to complain or suffer, and I want to share it with you:
by Ken Russell: Certain books are so outstanding that I find it hard to even begin to approach them. Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind is one of them. This is truly a gem, the only book by Shunryu Suzuki Roshi, a contemporary Zen master, that was published before he died in 1971.