Lion’s Roar’s Rod Meade Sperry talks to Leigh Brasington about a new posthumous release from Ayya Khema, “The Path to Peace: A Buddhist Guide to Cultivating Loving-kindness.”
“If we had known about his plans, we would have stopped him in any way possible,” the statement reads. “That would be our spiritual, moral and legal responsibility.”
The lyrics to Zopa’s new track capture “fellow wanderers in samsara taking refuge in love,” Imperioli says.
Filmmaker Peggy Callahan and Dr. Elissa Epel are on a mission to spread wisdom of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Rod Meade Sperry looks at the life, art, and Buddhism of the jazz great Wayne Shorter.
The virtuoso musician’s new album is equal parts incendiary and reflective. And there’s a bit of Buddhism in the mix, too.
Jazz musician, composer, music teacher, and Buddhist practitioner Jerry Granelli died on July 20 at his home in Halifax, Nova Scotia, at age 80.
Rod Meade Sperry reports on the meditation advice recently shared by “Bizarro” creator Dan Piraro.
Listen to Born I’s third single from his upcoming album, “Unenlightened.”
How can Buddhists know if their life is an ethical one? By keeping the five precepts, a set of guidelines for those who wish to do no harm.