Nuanprang Snitbhan on the middle way of parenting.
We review “Mop Rides the Waves of Life” by Jaimal Yogis and Matthew Allen.
The Golden Chain is a traditional recitation within American Shin Buddhist communities. For Camille Hamilton Pating, it comes as naturally—and joyfully—as saying the Name of Amida Buddha.
George Floyd’s mother couldn’t come running when he called for her, says Trudy Goodman. But mothers of the human family did come running, pouring out to call for racial justice.
Teaching mindfulness to kids is an “extraordinary way to help them generate esteem, cultivate calm, and deal with difficulty.”
We review “The Barefoot King: A Story about Feeling Frustrated” by Andrew Jordan Nance; Illustrated by Olivia Holden.
In this time of intensified uncertainty, Jen Jordan discovers an unexpected lesson in right action from Princess Anna in Disney’s “Frozen 2.”
How does a three-year-old make sense of viruses, social distancing, and talking pandas? Ira Sukrungruang on caring for his son while sheltering in place.
She gave birth to twins, but only one survived. Kate Inglis on how, when a body dies, love is the final truth it leaves behind.
Sylvia Boorstein offers advice to a parent who is disappointed in their adult children.