The conventional definitions of “love” and “compassion” are quite limited, says Buddhist scholar Mu Soeng.
The late Dainin Katagiri Roshi explores Dogen’s concept of Being-Time and how to work with it in our daily lives.
Samvrti Satya as defined by Andy Karr, a Buddhist teacher in the Vajrayana tradition.
The late Dainin Katagiri Roshi explores Dogen’s concept of Being-Time and how to work with it our daily lives.
Dharma archivists are running out of time to save precious recordings of the pioneering teachers who brought Buddhism to the West.
How the publishing industry is influencing Buddhism in the West, with introduction by Charles Prebish.
Bhikkhu Bodhi looks at how Buddhist practice can be applied to the modern world in a way that provides aid to various problems of the age.
The teachers are asked about how to balance anxiety in ones personal life with the potential of becoming a dharma teacher.
Review of Sons of the Buddha by Kamala Tiyavanich.
Benjamin Bogin reviews books from Fall 2007.