Buddhist teacher Lama Rod Owens on why Buddhist community members must confront and deal with ethical misconduct, and how to do it.
Facing the dilemma of letting five people die or killing one instead, what is “right action”?
If this century is to be one of peace and caring, says His Holiness the Dalai Lama, we must develop a new ethic of human values that transcends religion.
Thich Nhat Hanh’s Five Mindfulness Trainings are are based on the Buddha’s five precepts and translated for modern times. Their nature is universal.
In the opening editorial of our July 2017 issue, our editor-in-chief Melvin McLeod discusses living an ethical life of service on the Buddhist path.
Koun Franz introduces a forum from the Spring 2017 issue of “Buddhadharma” by sharing what ethics has meant in his own practice.
All of our actions however small, can have wondrous effects, says Norman Fischer, but only if we are wholehearted enough in our practice of ethical conduct.
Larung Gar Buddhist Academy is a major center of Buddhist monasticism and study in Tibet. It faces demolition later this month.
The subject of Buddhist ethics usually brings up negative reactions, but Ethan Nichtern proposes a better way forward.
Starting January 27, An Olive Branch will host a free series of webinars, titled “Ethics in American Buddhist Groups.”