Zen master, peace activist, teacher of mindful living — Thich Nhat Hanh is one of the most important spiritual leaders of our time. Lindsay Kyte tells the story of what is perhaps his greatest teaching — his courageous life.
Thich Nhat Hanh’s Plum Village community in France has issued an update on the current state of the Vietnamese Buddhist teacher’s life and health after suffering a stroke in late 2014.
“Please tell us what we can do to help,” writes respected nun Sister Chan Khong in her letter, addressing alleged crimes against humanity in Myanmar.
Brother Phap Hai shares personal insights into Garry Shandling’s Buddhist practice.
Thich Nhat Hanh giving a dharma talk in Vietnam in 2007. Photo by Velcrow Ripper. A new health update for Thich Nhat Hanh has been issued by the monks and nuns of his Plum Village community. The message indicates that Nhat Hanh, who has been in the Bay Area receiving care after suffering a stroke […]
The 21st United Nations conference on climate change starts on Monday, and Buddhists around the world are busy working to raise awareness.
French nun Sister Mai Nghiem has composed an open letter in response to last Friday’s terrorist attacks.
Though the climb was steep, the view was expansive. Rachel Neumann on being hot, hungry, thirsty, and tired, but still having a perfect day.
New statement highlights different aspects of treatment and how Thich Nhat Hanh is responding. He’s even spoken his first post-stroke words.
The sangha of Plum Village, led by Vietnamese Zen teacher Thich Nhat Hanh, dreams of skillfully bringing together technology and mindfulness.