Towering stacks of newspapers, a mountain of clippings — James Kullander feels they might contain some fact that would transform his life.
Best known for his role in The Sopranos, Michael Imperioli is a dedicated Buddhist. From gangsters to gurus, film to family—this is his spiritual journey.
Brief descriptions of Buddhist books from November 2011.
Language is not a uniquely human possession. Ultimately, says David Abram, it is not we who speak—it’s the earth that speaks through us.
Alexander the Great swaggered around, claiming no part of his body was without a scar, but he never had to battle uterine cancer.
Great poets honor it, and all of us have smacked headlong into it. Sit with failure long enough, says Ellen Graf, and it always transforms.
A divorce and a bee infestation—these are things that can sting. Jennifer Lauck on learning to embrace what is, just as it is.
Living on a boat-shaped piece of land in Nebraska, we take care of what we love, says Mary Pipher, and we grow to love what we take care of.
Deputy Editor Andrea Miller’s editorial introduction to the November 2011 issue of Lion’s Roar magazine.
Barry Boyce reports on the new environmentalism that celebrates the positive. Because the green life is the good life.