Being mindful of the body is a profound—though often overlooked—opportunity to deepen our meditation and develop our insight.
Thich Nhat Hanh’s historic return to Vietnam, where tens of thousands gathered with him to revive Buddhist practice and to heal the wounds of war.
Parents must attend to the nuts and bolts of their children’s care. But grandmothers, says Susan Moon, can pay attention to the continuity of everything in the background—water, air, stories, and love.
Ishmael Beah’s best-selling memoir, A Long Way Gone, tells the terrible story of his life as a child soldier in war-torn Sierra Leone.
Review of books by young, rebellious Buddhists.
Review of How Doctors Think by Jerome Groopman
Books reviewed in September 2007.
Perry Garfinkel offers an appreciation of the deep personal realization behind Thich Nhat Hanh’s philosophy of Engaged Buddhism.
A season devoted to the koans of the ancient Chinese Masters gave Natalie Goldberg a taste for the stripped-down, naked truth of things.
A teaching by Thich Nhat Hanh on the truth beyond our usual truths.