Searching for hidden messages and significance in life’s encounters provides us with an illusion of control that Josh Korda says we need to release.
Noah Levine offers hope to at-risk youth and people battling addiction. He bases his work on the view that there’s nothing more radical than the Buddha’s original teachings.
Dave Smith, a meditation teacher with Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society, is in need of extensive medical care following an accident.
For positive change to take place in this world, our spiritual practice has to be more than getting our ass on the meditation cushion for part of each day.
The dharma speaks through music—it always has, it does today. From jazz to metal to rap, Rod Meade Sperry surveys the scene.
Buddhism is famed for its ability to adapt its universal truths to the concerns of new cultures. So it must be with new generations.
Noah Levine talks about his Zen practice, Dharma Punx/Against the Stream, in a three-part audio interview.