When the Buddha attained enlightenment, he touched the earth. If he touched it now, it would cry out in pain.
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Konchog Norbu looks into how Buddhists are making the Buddhist practice of “life release” more environmentally sound.
Buddhism and environmentalism are a natural fit. Jessica Morey points this out in her review of Susan Murphy’s new book, Minding the Earth: Mending the World,
The World Wildlife Fund has released a report on the last ten years of their discoveries in the Eastern Himalayas. The results are moving.
“The earth is our client,” says lawyer and Zen priest James Thornton. He talks with Haleigh Atwood about how Buddhism and the environment.
Master Sheng-yen is abbot of the Nung Ch’an monastery in Taiwan. This interview was conducted during a ten-day silent illumination retreat he led.
Barry Boyce surveys conditions in the Tibetan cultural area, whose unsurpassed natural beauty and a rich cultural heritage is at risk.
The Interdependence Project’s Jerry Kolber shares some of the ways you can make a difference to our planet’s health, right now.
John Daido Loori is an imaginative modernizer yet fierce upholder of the old ways of Zen. John Kain reports from Zen Mountain Monastery.
Teachings at a meditation retreat by the renowned Chan Master Sheng Yen on stanzas one through five of the Chinese classic Song of Mind.