A long-time student of Buddhism uses the teachings in a conversation with “the other.”
Archive | July, 2018
The extremes of reward and terror are but illusions. In a poem, a student examines the nature of true balance.
Wrong conceptions lie at the root of many of the problems we encounter in dealing with others. Here we examine how to use logic to counteract such thoughts.
A nun visits a correctional facility for the first time in order to participate in a Buddha Day ceremony.
How our Dharma practice can help us with our tendency to classify sentient beings into three boxes: Friends, Enemies, and Strangers.