Valerie Mason-John talks to Lion’s Roar’s Rod Meade Sperry about the Buddhist Recovery approach to contending with addiction.
The videos play on common spiritual tropes, and — Rod Meade Sperry reports — are just about as weird as mass-marketing gets.
Judd Apatow’s documentary about the life and wisdom of the comedian Garry Shandling — who died in 2016 — will air in two parts in March.
Rod Meade Sperry invites you to consider how a repeal of Net Neutrality rules could stifle independent voices, in turn impacting the dharma.
Further readings to help deepen your experience with Buddhist meditation, as a companion to our “How to Meditate” special edition.
The new video for the late Leonard Cohen’s “Leaving the Table” begins with what one might read as a meditating Cohen.
Today, September 22, is the third annual Global Character Day. What are the characteristics of the Buddhist view of a positive character?
Outgoing editor Rod Meade Sperry, who will remain with Lion’s Roar, shares his excitement about the transition.
In a new statement, the North American Buddhist Alliance responds to the current events related to White Supremacy in the United States.
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.