Developer Ravi Mishra hopes his new app, Awaken, will help meditators examine social issues.
Greg Snyder on how to reclaim the grace and humanity that our access to guns has led us to squander.
Buddhists came together across traditions to find solutions to social ills and to discuss the prospect of a joint Buddhist action movement.
On December 2, Teah Strozer stepped down as the guiding teacher at Brooklyn Zen Center, to be succeeded by Greg Snyder and Laura O’Laughlin.
For our practice to have meaning in today’s world, says Greg Snyder, it must include a thorough understanding of our racial identities and their impact.
Young people are hungry for spirituality, yet shun religion; how can Buddhists serve these seekers without compromising their sacred traditions?
Whether you’re part of a full-scale Buddhist center or the humblest of sitting groups, there’s always more you can do to share your energy and practice with others. Brooklyn Zen Center executive director Greg Snyder shares four tips for a deep and helpful relationship with the community around you.
After the incomprehensible news of the mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, Buddhists began to share their grief and support.
Rod Meade Sperry takes us to Brooklyn Zen Center, a model of urban dharma and love in action.