by Barbara Marx Hubbard: This article is an excerpt from Andrew Beath’s book “Consciousness In Action: the Power of Beauty, Love and Courage in a Violent Time” (Lantern Press, 2005)
3/17/11 by Jason Wachob: Sharon Salzberg is one of the leading insight meditation teachers in the world.
by Gary Zukav: The hardest times to choose love are the very times when you can most grow spiritually…
Tricycle: In Europe we haven’t had the experience that you have had in America of teachers reaching considerable peaks of eminence both in the Buddhist world and in some senses, the broader culture, and then falling rather dramatically from grace, in the wake of scandal.
Giving up, giving in, just plain giving—Sharon Salzberg says that’s the truly transformative experience.
by Sharon Salzberg: I have traveled around this country on book tours fully five times in the past five months.
There’s only one way to save your sanity in this speeded-up, lunatic world. Patience, says Sharon Salzberg.
Learn to rejoice in the good fortune of others and your own happiness multiplies – it’s the best cure for envy.
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: Given the state of the world today it’d be totally understandable if we were dreading the holidays,
Archbishop Desmond Tutu was awarded the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize for his immense contribution to the cause of human rights.