It was prescient of author, explorer and Zen priest Peter Matthiessen to say that his 33rd book, In Paradise, would be his “last word”.
Peter Matthiessen—towering literary figure, passionate environmental activist, student and teacher of Zen—passed away on April 5. He was 86.
For composer Kenny Werner, music’s ability to lift people out of even the most crushing of circumstances is not at all an abstract concept.
Provocative Buddhist artwork by China’s Zhang Huan in outdoor/indoor exhibit at Hudson River Valley’s Storm King Art Center.
ACLU is objecting to a Tennessee bill that would allow students in that state to be subjected to unwanted proselytizing in school settings.
The Dalai Lama is serious about integrating science into traditional Buddhist monastic education.
Can we imagine a Buddhist model for economic organization?
Sometimes we think, “My meditation has just become mechanical.” South Korean artist Wang Zi Won knows just how you feel.
Gelek Rimpoche, founder of the Jewel Heart organization of Tibetan Buddhist centers, is the subject of a new documentary film.
Cloud Gate Dance Theatre founder Lin Hwai-min says he made his dancers meditate everyday in preparation to perform Songs of the Wanderers.