Perhaps these days of less sunlight are opportunities for more contemplative time, more looking deeply to see what can only be seen in the dark.
James Ishmael Ford on the toughest call a pet lover will have to make.
At the memorial service for Bernie Glassman, longtime student Michael O’Keefe reflects on his teacher’s life and legacy.
Ajahn Chah gives simple, profound advice to an aging student as she approaches her death.
It’s the ultimate reality we all share. Why not get together and talk about it over a cup of coffee? John DeMont on death cafés.
People often think that Buddhism’s view of death is that it doesn’t matter and we should just accept it, but that is a crucial misunderstanding.
The Zen Hospice Project guesthouse opened in 1990, during the height of the AIDS epidemic.
Inspired by Buddhist teachings on death, Teen activist Lauryn Renford wants to memorialize teen victims of gun violence with art.
Zen teacher Brad Warner on the time he considered suicide—and the different kind of death he chose.
In the March 1995 Lion’s Roar magazine, Professor Robert Thurman explained the Tibetan Buddhist view of death and rebirth.