It goes a lot deeper than how many times a day you check your phone. According to Buddhist teacher Judy Lief, distraction is the very foundation of ego.
Twin Peaks’s quirky-cool special agent famously upended the idea of the TV G-man. Now he’s back in a deluxe new Blu-ray set. Rod Meade Sperry looks at one of pop culture’s most endearing, enduring dharma friends.
Brief summaries of Buddhist books from the May 2014 issue of Lion’s Roar magazine.
Editor-in-Chief Melvin McLeod’s introduction to the May 2014 issue of Lion’s Roar magazine.
For Naima Mora, being a fashion model goes beyond striking a pose. It’s about doing her part to make the world a better place.
Sometimes after a phone call, nothing is ever the same. But if you let it, says Douglas Penick, the bad news can come to feel a little like falling in love.
It took an illness of the brain for Meg Hutchinson to discover the inherent sanity of her own mind. Her breakdown was actually a breakthrough.
Pat Enkyo O’Hara on an Anonymous Poem by a Sung Dynasty Nun.
Although the world gives us plenty of evidence to the contrary, human nature is basically good, says Sakyong Mipham.
We have the illusion that multitasking makes us more efficient, but it only makes us unhappy, says Sharon Salzberg.