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.
Like the monk who strived so hard he couldn’t see the goddess right behind him, if we push too hard for results we miss what is most intimate. When we and our work are one, says Roshi Pat Enkyo O’Hara, even the most mundane of life’s activities are profound and beautiful.
Sophia Aguiñaga transforms the wear and tear of customer service into compassion and love for both the worker and the customers being served.
In this piece from The Under 35 Project, Dave Chang reflects on some of the spiritual challenges brought on by the rigors of a working life.
How British fashion designer Katharine Hamnett is trying to change the clothing industry to make it environmentally and socially sustainable.
Here’s the latest from The Under 35 Project by Sarah Fox, on the junction between meditation and waitressing.
A new piece from the Under 35 Project, in which Sarah Maynard tries to be more patient with a disagreeable coworker.
A genuine and heart-felt story of taking those lemons and making compassionate lemonade by Angela Gunn, with the Under 35 Project.
How are real people are integrating mindfulness into their lives? Read four inspiring stories from our January 2011 issue.
Marc Lesser reminds us of one simple fact: that it is up to us to look within ourselves and to bring our work and our lives alive.