Finding the value of love in searching for peace and equanimity.
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Poetry from inside a state prison.
A prison volunteer finds respite from the daily struggle.
On March 15, 2019, 50 people at mosques in New Zealand were murdered by a shooter. Al, an incarcerated person, responds with with a plea for peace.
An incarcerated person expresses his gratitude for having met the Dharma.
An incarcerated person writes about seeing others as equal in worth.
A powerful meditation on using the mind to shatter illusions.
An incarcerated person learns of his cousin’s death.
Complaining about our lot just leads to more confinement. An inmate talks about contentment.
Learning to swallow our pride can help to create peace and clarity.