An inmate expresses his gratitude for having met the Dharma.
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How to practice tonglen, the taking-and-giving meditation.
The Buddhist perspective of wisdom and how it contributes to cultivating love and compassion.
A long-time student of Buddhism uses the teachings in a conversation with “the other.”
Mindful awareness helps us to observe, accept and take responsibility for our emotions, so we can work with them, rather than letting them dictate our actions.
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.
The importance of serving others by practicing and preserving the Dharma, or in any other way that we can be of help to them.
The importance of learning to distinguish love from attachment so that we can share our love openly with all other beings.
Kurushimi means suffering or hardship. By recognizing the suffering of others, we understand their truths and generate compassion toward all sentient beings.