Even in the daily insanity of parenthood, your Buddhist practice can thrive. As Sumi Loundon Kim explains, it’s all about how you see it.
As a Buddhist, how do you teach your children religious tolerance while members of your faith preach hatred?
Kathryn Jezer-Morton explores the resonances between the the dharma and Arnold Lobel’s “Frog and Toad” stories.
When I first learned about loving-kindness or Metta practice, I thought it was a little weird.
As a child, Howard Axelrod dreamed of a festival that everyone in the world attended. Now he realizes that it’s been happening all along.
Every time I see my family, I end up hurt because they believe Buddhism is a weird fringe religion. How can I make them understand?
Andrea Miller attends a transformational six-day retreat with Thich Nhat Hanh.
Emotional health means accepting the full range of human emotions, both the painful and the positive.
Thich Nhat Hanh answers children’s questions.
Sad, angry, lonely—Daniel Asa Rose and his sons are reeling from the recent family breakup. In a closed bowling alley on Christmas Eve, they open their hearts.