Amy Gutman asks, “How can we make our words count—and do so in a way that is true to our deepest values?”
Hosho Peter Coyote on the unique way Buddhists look at — and co-exist with — good and evil.
Those who mistake the Buddhist tenant of equanimity for apathy may be surprised by the impassioned responses to the Orlando massacre from Buddhist leaders.
After the incomprehensible news of the mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, Buddhists began to share their grief and support.
As a Buddhist activist, I am constantly looking for ways to meet my contemplative practice with social engagement.