“Cover yourself with the living world. It becomes part of your love life.” Gretel Ehrlich writes about nature with passion and awareness, but twice her love affair with nature turned deadly. Stephen Foehr talks to the author of A Match to the Heart.
Edward Espe Brown serves up a recipe for the perfect Autumn Dinner, along with some memories serving food to Suzuki Roshi.
There is a deep malaise in our society. We have to acknowledge this, says Thich Nhat Hanh in this classic piece from 1994 — especially if we want to transform it.
An excerpt from Gretel Ehrlich’s book “Islands, The Universe, Home,” in which she travels to Japan, meets with an itako medium, and explores Mt. Osorezan.
Gretel Ehrlich remembers searching for a small dog in a huge landscape.
Writer and art expert Dean Rolston interviewed John Cage on the occasion of a five-day tribute at Stanford University marking the composer’s 80th birthday.
Working with his own emotions over AIDS and childhood abuse, Gavin Harrison has learned some practical ways to work with anger. Look at it. Feel it. Make friends with anger. Finally, find its wisdom.
Alan Anderson interviews John Cage on the influence of Buddhism and meditation on his work and his life.