A meditation instruction by the late Thich Nhat Hanh on starting over.
A meditation teaching from Thich Nhat Hanh on love.
bell hooks meets with Thich Nhat Hanh to ask: how do we build a community of love?
The roots of a word contain a rich bank of associations and metaphors that reveal the marvelous ways in which disparate ideas link and interrelate.
Where are you? Who are you? How does where you are affect who you are? Place based education is interested in examining these questions.
Bringing meditative discipline to modern education, Naropa University cultivates both intellect and the wisdom beyond words.
“One shouldn’t identify with one’s successes or failures; one had to remain detached. A teacher served, but couldn’t identify with the results.”
“I was a styrofoam tar baby. We laughed together about my appearance. My brother told me it was a thankless job and that I had done well. We made a link.”
“When we consider the will to live seriously, formulae such as ‘anger is bad, love is good’ become painfully simplistic.”