Charles Johnson explores our endless capacity to compare ourselves to others, and the Buddha’s antidote to trying to measure up.
He was more than just the “civil rights leader” he is remembered as today. Martin Luther King, Jr., was one of America’s greatest moral philosophers.
Looking for a late-night snack, the young Martin Luther King, Jr., discovers instead the truth of interdependence. A short story by Charles Johnson.
A reclusive Zen priest. A beautiful American academic. Illusion falls away and original mind is revealed. A short story by Charles Johnson.
Our panel looks at the problem of “whiteness’ in American Buddhism and what can be done—and in some cases is being done—to make it more diverse.
American writer and scholar Charles Johnson provides a brief chronicle of his journey to study and learn the ancient language of Sanskrit.
Charles Johnson’s new neighbors had hardly settled in when all hell broke loose — or so it seemed.
Charles Johnson imagines in this short story the very moment Siddhartha became the Buddha.