We issued a call to conservative Buddhists so that their voices might be better represented. Here is the second batch of responses we received.
We recently issued a call to conservative Buddhists so that their voices might be better represented. Here are some of the responses we’ve received.
Does Buddhism mean you have to be a liberal? No, says Buddhist and lifelong Republican Christopher Ford.
Zen chaplain Phyllis Coletta ran her husband’s Congressional Tea Party campaign. In doing so, she was reminded of the power of loving unconditionally.
John Daido Loori is an imaginative modernizer yet fierce upholder of the old ways of Zen. John Kain reports from Zen Mountain Monastery.
For the nineties, the celebrated Beat rebel advocates “wild mind,” neighborhood values and watershed politics.