Steve Silberman recalls early and lasting loves.
The spiritual autobiography of Allen Ginsberg, narrating his journey from Blake to the Buddha.
In 1963, Vietnamese Buddhists accused Allen Ginsberg of espionage. “He said he was a poet and a little crazy and that he liked Buddhists,” a spokesman of the group told reporters.
Today is the late Allen Ginsberg’s birthday, and people around the world are commemorating the poet and Buddhist icon with readings.
British writer Stephen Mooney says we need the Beats’ example of resistance to oppressive conformity more than ever.
Bringing meditative discipline to modern education, Naropa University cultivates both intellect and the wisdom beyond words.