Zen teacher Benjamin Mui Pumphrey on appreciating not just the rare birds, but also the sparrows and crows.
Christiane Wolf on how to practice sympathetic joy, or mudita — delight in the happiness of others.
Meet eight of Thich Nhat Hanh’s students who are now teachers themselves. In their own unique ways, they’re helping to carry his dharma into the future.
Melvin Escobar on dealing with the loss of a virtual friend.
Water and wave, being and nonbeing, beginning and ending—liberation from all duality, teaches Thich Nhat Hanh, is the key to enlightenment.
Alan Senauke reflects on Thich Nhat Hanh’s profound contributions to Buddhism, activism, and the place where they meet.
Sometimes all it takes is a word or simple event and our thoughts and emotions are off to the races. David Richo on the fear that’s behind our triggers—and the antidote to it.
In Buddhism, hungry ghosts, or pretas, are beings who are tormented by desire that can never be sated.
After his stroke, Thich Nhat Hanh began enjoying a quiet, contemplative life in the temple where he lived as a young novice. Sister Annabel Laity shares the moving experience of visiting her teacher there.
When Grace Schireson gets it all wrong with her socks, she learns what’s more important than the rules.