Now more than ever, Buddhists are using scientific tools and scientists are using Buddhist wisdom to uncover truths about the universe.
Sumi Kim on shifting your kids’ attention from screens to the real world.
Two characters from Mike Judge’s hit HBO comedy visit a Buddhist monastery on a trip that’s less about enlightenment, more about entitlement. What happens next? Rod Meade Sperry needs to know. Spoilers and cuss-words ahead. I had the DVR on pause, queued up, as my partner came into the room. “Watch this,” I told her, […]
Sam Moore reviews the fantastical — or is it all-too-real? — new simulation game that dares you to “Be the Universe.”
Young people are hungry for spirituality, yet shun religion; how can Buddhists serve these seekers without compromising their sacred traditions?
Are we so distracted that we can no longer pay attention to where we are and where we’re going? Margaret Wheatley says we better unplug soon.
He may be at home in the kitchen but famed Zen chef Edward Espe Brown can’t handle the mall. And don’t even mention computers.
The “real-time web” offers round-the-clock pressures and distractions that make it hard to tell where the virtual world ends.
No, His Holiness isn’t shilling for Apple, but the question of what operating system he should be running is being batted around.
Natalie Goldberg recalls a time when the bottom fell out of her life, when her place, purpose, and even her Zen practice seemed groundless. Was that a problem or the very point?