As we witness the great suffering of the Russian-Ukraine war, says Dan Zigmond, we have a moral obligation to pay attention.
A lot of people are feeling insecure about work these days. But no matter what happens, says Dan Zigmond, remember that it’s just a job. It isn’t you. This year we have all learned the lesson of impermanence. The plans we thought we were making, the lives we thought we were living—2020 has taught us […]
We asked Buddhist teachers how new technologies could disrupt dharma.
Dan Zigmond, a Zen priest and the director of analytics for Facebook’s News Feed, says that social media can help people bring out their best selves.
Meet the Silicon Valley data scientist who is using the example of the Buddha to help Americans rethink their relationship to food.