“The dignity and wisdom of my mother’s small act of kindness feels to me like a blessing we are all invited to learn from.”
Associate Editor Rod Meade Sperry’s editorial introduction of the November 2013 issue of Lion’s Roar magazine.
About a Poem: Christopher Martin analyzes Byron Herbert Reece’s poem, “Mountain Fiddler”.
When someone we care about is seriously ill, we often feel uncomfortable and don’t know what to do. This book gives some good advice.
The late Dag Hammarskjöld, Secretary-General of the United Nations, was both a deeply spiritual person and a highly effective diplomat.
Six non-Buddhists — Kim S. Robinson, Donna M. Johnson, Pico Iyer, Christian McEwen, Seth Greenland, and Jessica Little — on how Buddhism has benefited them