A post by Sumi Loundon Kim about the effects of social media on the next generation, and how dharma teachers can adapt to this change.
A commentary by Hozan Alan Senauke, celebrating Aung San Suu Kyi’s win in the Burmese parliament.
Lodro Rinzler starts off in a new Buddhadharma column with his thoughts on why it’s essential to cultivate and support young dharma leaders.
Gregory Burdulis is a former Theravadan monk who now teaches mindfulness meditation to employees at a famous advertising agency.
The Boulder-based Mind and Life Institute has confirmed the selection of Professor Arthur Zajonc as its new president.
Amy Logan of The Coaches Training Institute shares an inspiring story of how Co-Active leadership training is empowering Tibetan refugees.
Insight LA celebrates three “generations” of women in Buddhism, in dharma with their first teacher authorization ceremony.
Rod Meade Sperry reflects on the unique mindset of Steve Jobs, and how he may have been influenced by Buddhist teachings.
Taz Tagore talks how Buddhist practice has informed her work with the Reciprocity Foundation, a shelter for homeless youth.
Yesterday the Huffington Post reported that Oprah Winfrey had “begun mandating that her entire staff meditate twice a day.”