Armed with a trash picker and a garbage bag, Lina Blanchet finds an unusual opportunity to discover the sacred nature of life, in all of its guises.
Even if you don’t think much about them, they’re always present. Andrea Miller reexamines something we all might have missed in the meaning of the quiet, watchful deer.
Bhante Henepola Gunaratana tells the story of coming face-to-face with death when his plane’s engine set on fire.
My father was a caring and somewhat charismatic minister turned therapist. He was also a sexual predator.
Like the Buddha, we all get our call to wake up. It often comes when life isn’t working and we may have to go a little crazy.
Three HIV-positive residents of Issan House share their stories with photographer, author, and Zen practitioner A. Jesse Jiryu Davis.
Compassion and rebirth came together for me recently as I sat reflecting on how I nearly drove my mother off the road.
Even with all the ways his views might differ from those of other Buddhists, Daniel Scharpenburg mostly sees common ground.
As his cancer goes from bad to worse, the anonymous blogger known as the “Angry Asian Buddhist” strives to accept the absurdity of life.
Coming to terms with metastatic non-Hogkin lymphoma, Arunlikhati realizes he is his own refuge — and one for everyone else, too.