Judy Yushin Nakatom reflects on the evolutionary ride of caring and learning, and protecting that is mothering.
Atia Sattar shares her account of the suffering of miscarriage and what it taught her about love, generosity, and impermanence.
Bonnie Nadzam relives the childhood ritual of playing dead.
What do you want to be for Halloween? Who do you want to be in life? Ira Sukrungruang on the costumes we wear.
If you want the teens in your life to benefit from mindfulness practice, the first step, says Dzung X. Vo, is to have a strong practice yourself.
When you’re a parent your heart is always on the line, sometimes broken, sometimes full of joy. To help you get through the tough parts, says psychologist and Insight teacher Allyson Pimentel, you can learn to savor the good times in parenting—and in life.
Zenzele Isoke offers her commentary on the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and why we must collectively establish a new set of political ethics that are peaceful, compassionate, wise, and loving.
Kevin Singer and Sam Ludlow-Broback report on the findings of Springtide Research Institute’s latest report Mental Health & Gen Z: What Educators Need to Know and what it reveals about young Buddhists facing mental health concerns. Young people of all backgrounds are facing a variety of pressures today. Many are expected to earn good grades […]
Susan Yao explores how Buddhist principles could help us reimagine the American school system.
Looking for ways to teach her toddler about Buddhism, Mariana Restrepo finds valuable lessons about compassion and the causes of suffering in Disney’s Encanto.