How do bodhisattvas respond to the greatest crisis of our time? Appropriately, says Buddhist teacher and activist David Loy.
David Loy makes clear what Buddhism offers in the face of climate change. From the Spring 2019 issue of Buddhadharma: The Practitioner’s Quarterly.
Now that Buddhism has come to the West, asks David Loy, how are they changing each other?
It was a 14-billion year journey from simple hydrogen to Mahatma Gandhi. David Loy asks: Is evolution the universe waking up to itself?
Buddhists, says David Loy, have often been slow to open their eyes to the problem of climate change. He examines key teachings to understand why.
Members of the Buddhist Peace Delegation at a peace march in Washington, 2007. Photo by Maia Duerr, jizochronicles.com. David Loy on why Buddhism’s bodhisattva ideal is what the world needs now. Unless you’re on long retreat in a Himalayan cave, it’s becoming more difficult to overlook the fact that our world is beset by interacting […]
David Loy on the denial and rationalization that must also be addressed when discussing sexual abuse by Buddhist teachers.
Professor and Zen Buddhist teacher David Loy proposes that the Occupy Wall Street protests signify a collective awakening.
David R. Loy on how a “new understanding of the self” is what will be required of us in order to turn our planet’s climate crisis around.
“Only a year ago,” writes David R. Loy, “Barack Obama looked almost like the political equivalent of Maitreya.” But things have changed.