Eight Tibetan verses teach us why putting yourself first means you’ll always end up last.
Jeffrey Hopkins explains the Buddhist logic of embracing our enemies as our friends.
After my freshman year, inspired by Thoreau, I retreated to the woods of Vermont where I went on long walks, came alive to colors, dreamt out all my bad dreams, and wrote poetry. I had found a part of the way toward filling the pit of loneliness and anger that had dominated my life. When […]