Each Friday, we share three topical longreads in our Weekend Reader newsletter. This week, Lion’s Roar magazine’s editorial assistant Haleigh Atwood explores the real meaning of kindness.
In the opening editorial of our January 2019 issue, Lion’s Roar‘s editorial assistant Haleigh Atwood shares how she defines kindness.
The Buddhist monk known as Ajahn Brahm talks about developing a sense of contentment, and not finding fault in your meditation practice.
“Listen,” says Dzongsar Khyenste Rinpoche in this charming new video, “the most important thing in your life is to play. It is!”
The great punchline of Zen is that everything is completely obvious. For those of us who are slow, this truth can take decades to sink in.
The famed writer talks abou a failure of kindness and a convocation speech that went viral.
Amid the current onslaught of antiheroes, vulgarity, ultraviolence, and exploitation on TV emerges a comedy based on an unlikely theme: kindness.
There’s another perspective of kindness that is so common it often goes unnoticed: a simple sense of being of the same kind.
A guest post by writer and psychotherapist Jennifer Hotchner on kindness as a nurturing force for our basic goodness.
Brenda Shoshanna, like the Dalai Lama, sees kindness as the heart of religion. She shares with us the kindness connecting her two faiths and the different ways they express it.