Noah Levine’s commentary on the fifth precept, sobriety, and taking refuge.
A look into Saymoukda Vongsay’s “Kung Fu Zombies vs. Cannibals” a new, undead-infested, carefully choreographed chop-and-kick stage show.
Bernie Glassman on the three pure precepts—cease from evil, do good, and do good for others—and why they all come down to a single point.
Genine Lentine explains the humorous piece she wrote for Buddhadharma, where she created a ceremony of vows called the Half-Moon Ceremony.
Genine Lentine has been thinking about her murky relationship to the bodhisattva precepts, and proposes a humorous “half moon ceremony.”
An interview with writer and activist Allan Badiner on the relationship between Buddhism and psychadelics in America.
Buddhism’s Fifth Precept is to abstain from taking intoxicants. Does this mean a “real” Buddhist doesn’t have a drink or a toke?
Should Buddhists smoke? The fifth precept of Buddhism tells us to “refrain from taking intoxicants.” This seems pretty clear.