Using the Buddha’s teachings to work with the mind and deal with contemporary issues including the pandemic, social unrest, the environment and equality.
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In this time of uncertainty, there is nothing more important than working on our own minds.
A Christian pastor and Buddhist nun discuss gun violence prevention and promoting nonviolence from the perspective of their spiritual traditions.
Covering the sections in Chapter 12, “Science” and “Gender Equality.”
Continuing Chapter 12, covering the sections “Consumerism and the Environment,” “The World of Business and Finance,” and “Media and the Arts”.
Continuing Chapter 12, covering the sections “Using Diverse Methods to Benefit Others” and “Engaged Buddhism and Political Involvement.
The state of Washington is active in preventing suicide deaths. Venerable Chodron shares information on what you can do.
Venerable Thubten Chodron on attaining a balance between study, meditation, and social service.
An update on the meditation pagoda constructed by the Buddhist study group at a corrections center in Washington State.
Teaching on the six roots of dispute, and the principle of ‘survival of the most cooperative.’