Sometimes when I teach I feel like I’m pretending to be someone I’m not because I see where I fail to live up to these precious teachings. I begin to doubt.
Zoketsu Norman Fischer’s commentary on Mumonkan Case 14: Nanchuan’s Cat.
People who enter the Zen Hospice Project are not seeking a path of meditation, and they will not hear much about “Zen” or “Buddhism” while they are there.
A panel discussion with Mark Unno, Rev. Shohaku Okumura, Sarah Harding and Bhante Madawala Seelawimala on Buddhist prayer.
What we perceive as the faults of others are simply a reflection of our own. A commentary on two verses of the Dhammapada by the late Ayya Khema.
What does Buddhism add to conventional Western conceptions about money?
Buddhadharma readers share their experience of Buddhist practice in everyday life as it relates to the workplace.
Yogacara as defined by Charles Muller, an academic who specializes in Korean Buddhism.