Personal Reflections Interviews
The musician, entrepreneur, and Buddhist teacher discusses his book Creativity, Spirituality, and Making a Buck and uniting our work and spiritual lives.
Meet Meditation Teacher and Environmental Activist Brother Phap Dung
The senior teacher at the Plum Village community discusses his daily practice, why he enjoys meditation retreats, and the joy of sunbathing in a hammock.
New Book Work, Pray, Code: When Work Becomes Religion in Silicon Valley Investigates the Cult of Productivity
“What happens when work is the place where Americans find their souls?”
Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach think qualified meditation teachers are needed now more than ever, so they’re building a global community and curriculum to help
Five years after becoming the first Buddhist chaplain for the staff at New York City’s notorious corrections facility, a meditation teacher reflects on his work and the institution
An Interview with the Creator of Pali Wordle
Khemarato Bhikkhu is happy about what he sees as a growing “textual community” and thinks any reason to flip through the Pali dictionary is a good one.
Suffering Is Not Enough: An Early Interview with Thich Nhat Hanh
The wisdom in a 1985 interview with the Vietnamese Zen master rings as true today as it did then.
Peter Coyote on Transforming the Self
The actor, narrator, and Zen priest talks about his approach to acting and Buddhism.
Public Safety, Redefined
New York City Democratic mayoral nominee and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams envisions a city in which police meditate before and after they hit the streets.
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