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.
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.
Margot Sammurtok introduces young activists who are making the planet a better place.
Addiction mocks hope, kills people, destroys families. David Swick reports on how mindfulness practice is helping people change.
About a Poem: Linda Bamber analyzes Mark Halliday’s poem, “Green Canoe”.
Few of us are beyond the pull of the plugged-in life these days, and that includes filmmaker Tiffany Shlain, even though she’s as passionate about unplugging as she is about connecting and communicating. Her film, Connected: An Autobiography About Love, Death, and Technology, opens with Shlain facing us and coming clean about the moment she […]
Michael Sowder reviews the new translation of Kabir, an ancient bhakti yogi and delightful poet, in Songs of Kabir.
Brief descriptions of Buddhist books from November 2011.