Sherri Posey is a Buddhist hospital chaplain and professional watchmaker. She reflects on how time’s fleeting nature connects everyone.
Elissa Altman shares the story of “Grandma’s Ghost,” a 30-year-old Japanese umeboshi plum, and the healing it brought in this difficult time.
If you can know yourself as the unity of past, present, and future, says Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, then you see you’re right where you ought to be.
A new exhibition at the Rubin Museum explores the future through the life of Padmasambhava, who was said to be able to see through time.
Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche’s advice for time management: organize your schedule, let go of distractions, and make a clear aspiration to practice.
The late Dainin Katagiri Roshi explores Dogen’s concept of Being-Time and how to work with it in our daily lives.
In traditional Buddhist cosmology, kalpas are unfathomably long periods of time.
There’s no better example of Zen’s direct, penetrating spirit than these exchanges between the late Zen master Seung Sahn and his students.
The way we view time can cause us to either struggle or to live lightly. Ken Jones shows us that by seeing things as they are we can be spacious.
The late Dainin Katagiri Roshi explores Dogen’s concept of Being-Time and how to work with it our daily lives.