Fulfilling the aspiration of the Black Lives Matter movement, says Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi, will require extensive changes both in our institutions and our ways of thought.
At the United Nations celebration in recognition of Vesak, Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi gave this address about our need to confront climate change.
In January, Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi gave this keynote address at a conference on “Buddhism and Women’s Liberation” in Bodhgaya, India.
The classical Theravada model of meditation employs the practices of shamatha and vipassana, both. Ajahn Brahmavamso explains the path of tranquility and insight.
Sam Littlefair caught up with Bhikkhu Bodhi to discuss how Buddhists can take action on issues of public concern together.
Buddhists came together across traditions to find solutions to social ills and to discuss the prospect of a joint Buddhist action movement.
Bhikkhu Bodhi responds to US President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement.
Bhikkhu Bodhi, Jan Chozen Bays, and Jeffrey Hopkins discuss the Buddhist doctrine of karma and why it is essential.
Reality may seem solid, says Bhikkhu Bodhi, but it is merely a reflection of unstable, conditioned processes, or sankharas, coming together with no one in charge.
Bhikkhu Bodhi urges Buddhists to be visible advocates of peace, basic sanity, and social justice — causes that, he argues, transcend party politics.