Sharon Salzberg and Rev. angel Kyodo williams discuss how we can bring spirituality and politics together to build a more just and compassionate society.
It’s so easy these days to despair about the present and fear for the future. Judy Lief has some meditations to help you relieve your political pain.
“I ask everyone who believes that clean air and drinking water is the right of every living being to join me in the march.”
The Ziji Collective has issued a statement in response to U.S. President Donald Trump signing a revised version of his “travel ban” Monday.
After the election, Buddhist American international aid worker Katie Letheren broadens her plea for compassion toward Syrian refugees.
Though unusually bold, this Buddhist community’s new statement is presented as congruent with the Buddha’s teachings.
Getting hooked by your habitual reactions isn’t going to help anyone, says Susan Piver. She suggests five ways you can respond more skillfully.
Bhikkhu Bodhi urges Buddhists to be visible advocates of peace, basic sanity, and social justice — causes that, he argues, transcend party politics.
Buddhist teacher Ethan Nichtern shares the practices he’ll be undertaking to stay healthy and responsibly engaged this year.
Sylvia Boorstein, who attended Oakland’s Women’s March, reflects on the meaning of the day.