The late Rick Fields, a former editor of the Sun, wrote the definite history of Buddhism’s early days in America. Now, Barry Boyce picks up the story.
At 101, Joshu Sasaki Roshi is still teaching his unique brand of Zen. Michael Haederle offers us a rare look at this enigmatic master.
They have five pairs of tiny beating hearts. But what really makes earthworms precious, says Lin Jensen, is simply that they exist.
A blossom’s beauty is undiminished by the true, sad fact that it won’t last forever, maybe not very long at all.
Eight prominent teachers and writers tell us which Buddhist book published in the past thirty years has meant the most to them personally.
Andrea Miller sits down for a Q&A with celebrated yoga teacher Shiva Rea about the true and transformative nature of yoga.
Marcia Z. Nelson looks at the Buddhist books that have graced bookshelves across the country—including her own.
Brief summaries of Buddhist books from the January 2009 issue of Lion’s Roar magazine.
When Elizabeth Hamilton is diagnosed with breast cancer, she husband Ezra Bayda learn the real value of life, love, and no-attachment.
Joshu Sasaki Roshi talks about his teaching of Tathagata Zen. Here is an excerpt.