Zen teacher Brad Warner on the time he considered suicide—and the different kind of death he chose.
This week, “New York” magazine revisited a classic conflation of Buddhism and marketing.
Have you ever had that accusation thrown in your face? Brad Warner has, and it’s made him think about what it really means to act like a Buddhist.
I recently turned 50. Happy birthday to me! It’s an annoying age: you’re not old enough to be considered wise but you are old enough to be considered old.
Brad Warner says that the concept of God can be helpful to Buddhists. Catholic thinker Susan J. Stabile, formerly a Buddhist nun, thinks not. There is No God and He is Always With You By Brad Warner New World Library 2013; 360 pp., $15.95 (paper) I stopped believing in God long before I became a […]
Buddhists from around the world have joined in offering condolences to the victims’ families of the Newtown school shooting.
Zen teacher Brad Warner addresses the notion of sexual preferences. Dealing with them isn’t as simple or difficult as some would believe.