Tami Simon, founder of Sounds True, brings the spirit of enlightenment not only to her company’s products but to its culture. (Plus, dogs.)
Margaret Wheatley and Pema Chödrön discuss how organizations can acknowledge their confusion and trust in the goodness of the underlying order.
Monk-scholar Thanissaro Bhikkhu recalls the life and example of King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand, who died at the age of 88 earlier this month.
It’s our hope that, as we try to process this heartbreaking week, this collection of articles from the LionsRoar.com archives can be of help and comfort.
Burma’s Aung San Suu Kyi offered a glimpse into her personal Buddhist practice and understanding in a recent live interview.
While the world mourns, Charles Cameron considers a statement in which Nelson Mandela diagnoses the human condition and prescribes for it.
The Dalai Lama will have to forgo Nelson Mandela’s memorial, the AP reports, due to the simple fact that visiting is an impossibility.
On a day we honor Nelson Mandela, surely we are also pondering what makes leaders great.
Author and Lion’s Roar contributor Lodro Rinzler is set to launch his latest venture: the Institute for Compassionate Leadership.
“Coming back to the issue of diversity is no different from bringing one’s awareness back to the breath or any object of awareness.”