Have you been following the Guardian series “Is Buddhism a religion?” by philosophy professor Michael McGhee?
Associate Editor Rod Meade Sperry’s editorial introduction of the November 2013 issue of Lion’s Roar magazine.
Rabbi Niles Elliot Goldstein on the qualities we need to nourish in order to face the challenges of our life with less fear and more courage.
For all their material success, says Pico Iyer, many Japanese feel alienated and spiritually starved. They responded hungrily to the Dalai Lama’s teachings on his recent tour of Japan.
Do big business and Buddhism mix? Samuel Fromartz talks with three entrepeneurs who’ve tried to combine spiritual values and business success.
As our world grows more chaotic and unpredictable, says Margaret Wheatley, we’re asking questions that can only be answered by spiritual traditions.
When spiritual tradition is viewed as its own school of psychology, it can offer more effective techniques and profound goals than conventional psychology.
From computers to beauty products, Madison Avenue has discovered that spirituality sells. Todd Stein on the irony of spiritual themes in materialism.
“Even when disease cannot be cured, there is often a way to use this difficult experience to know more intimately the value and purpose of your life.”
Former porn-star, now artist and educator, Annie Sprinkle’s real specialty is the public display of a positive attitude toward sex.