Read a selection of wisdom shared by Buddhist leaders at “May We Gather: A National Buddhist Memorial Ceremony for Asian American Ancestors.”
Separation is the true root of the alarming rise in anti-Asian violence today, writes Korean American Zen priest Cristina Moon.
As automation increasingly replaces human work in many industries, Cristina Moon shares the shortcomings of artificial intelligence when it comes to replacing the intimate role of a priest.
It takes training to realize we’re all responsible for the continuation of the dharma, says Cristina Moon.
Marie Kondo’s philosophy of tidying is sweeping the globe. If you take the fad seriously, writes Cristina Moon, it can offer a glimpse of the profound.
David Ige — one of America’s most prominent Buddhist politicians — on immigration, climate change, and compassion in governance.
On Saturday, Democrats in Hawaii will head to the polls to decide who they want to represent them in the gubernatorial election this November, and the frontrunners are Buddhist politicians Colleen Hanabusa and David Ige.
What do a 16th-century Zen master and a contemporary cartoon dog have in common? Both of them maintained equanimity as their worlds burned, says Cristina Moon. And this is why we train as Buddhists.
Vikram Gandhi likens his new genre-bending documentary “Kumaré” to a Zen koan. Read a review of this unusual documentary.