Getting hooked by your habitual reactions isn’t going to help anyone, says Susan Piver. She suggests five ways you can respond more skillfully.
We issued a call to conservative Buddhists so that their voices might be better represented. Here is the second batch of responses we received.
Bhikkhu Bodhi urges Buddhists to be visible advocates of peace, basic sanity, and social justice — causes that, he argues, transcend party politics.
Buddhist Churches of America (BCA) has issued a statement in response to President Donald Trump’s executive order issued last week.
Rex Tillerson, the confirmed US Secretary of State, “has responded favorably” to questions posed by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee about Tibet.
A number of Buddhist teachers and communities took to social media to comment on and respond to Saturday’s “Muslim travel Ban.”
Many Buddhist communities were keen to be part of Saturday’s massive Women’s Marches, or to otherwise express solidarity. Here’s just some of how they participated.
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.
What Buddhists across the country are doing on inauguration day, and for the Women’s March on Washington, plus helpful Buddhist teachings and commentaries.
Encouraging Buddhist communities to resist the new presidential administration, San Francisco Zen Center priest Jiryu Rutschman-Byler argues that the idea of “apolitical Buddhism” is flawed from the start, based on four misconceptions. “Buddhism is apolitical! Buddhism needs to stay apolitical!” I’ve been hearing this a lot lately. It’s a tempting idea, and there are some […]