Falling in love is easy, but staying in love takes work. Thich Nhat Hanh offers advice for cultivating a relationship that’s loving and strong.
Karen Maezen MIller explores the idea of defending faith.
As the so-called new atheists go toe-to-toe with religious literalists, where do Buddhists and other contemplative practitioners stand?
“Being at home right here in this body,” says Blanche Hartman, “this is living a life of vow.”
The Buddha once told this story about faith: A herd of cows arrives at the bank of a wide stream. The mature ones see the stream and simply wade across it.
What does faith mean to a Buddhist? Zen teacher Norman Fischer talks with Sharon Salzberg about the conclusions she draws in her new book.
Mind/Body pioneer Herbert Benson on the health benefits of spirituality.