Buddhist scholar Glenn Wallis argues that we should look to the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama―an ordinary person like us.
The teachers are asked how to engage emotional provocations and self-centeredness in ways that turn us toward dharma practice and life.
In honor of the late John Daido Loori, Roshi, we offer a dharma discourse he gave on the profound meaning of art and creativity.
Bernie Glassman recalls his longtime friendship with John Daido Loori.
Robert Thurman pays tribute to Daido Loori and his legacy in American Buddhism.
What makes art a transformative practice, explains Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche, is allowing the art to reflect a natural, uncontrived awareness.
We live a kind of artificial life, says Thich Nhat Hanh, lost in worries and anger. Our practice is to wake up and live each moment fully.
How Practice Centers Are Dealing With the Recession: A panel discussion with Bob Agoglia, Jon Barbieri, Evan Kavanagh and Susan O’Connell.
Charles Prebish reflects on the changes in American Buddhism that have occurred in the thirty years since the publication of his seminal work.
Joan Sutherland reviews “Zen Women: Beyond Tea-Ladies, Iron Maidens, and Macho Masters”, by Grace Schireson.