Drawing on the classic film, “The Princess Bride,” Ethan Nichtern offers Buddhist teachings on how to make friends with yourself and others.
Buddhist wisdom for people who are dying — and those who love them.
Thich Nhat Hanh’s closest collaborator, Sister Chan Khong, brings us up to date on his health and the future of his teachings and community.
Lion’s Roar‘s editor-in-chief, Melvin McLeod, talks with evolutionary psychologist and author of “Why Buddhism is True,” Robert Wright.
Mingyur Rinpoche explains Vajrayana ethics, how to find a genuine teacher, and what to do if a teacher crosses the line.
We review “A Way Of Life: Zen Monastics At Work And Play” by Paul Davis.
Carina Stone on the tragic death of her husband, the Buddhist teacher Michael Stone, the challenges he faced, and the gifts he gave.
Lion’s Roar’s publisher, Ben Moore, shares where he finds inspiration in daily life. On sunny days, I sometimes take a small detour on my morning walk to work through a cemetery near my home. It’s a bright, open place with large trees around the perimeter and a few old apple trees along the path. It’s […]
From the November 2017 issue of Lion’s Roar. Mindfulness On the Go Cards 52 Simple Meditation Practices You Can Do Anywhere By Jan Chozen Bays Shambhala Publications, $15.95 (boxed card set) Zen teacher Jan Chozen Bays writes that mindfulness practice doesn’t require a quiet room and a meditation cushion. In fact, it can be practiced […]
We review “Unsubscribe: Opt Out of Delusion, Tune In to Truth” by Josh Korda.