Black History Month
A selection of articles honoring contributions by African American Buddhists
Personal ReflectionsMagazine | Feature
The Hunger for Home
For the displaced, "home" is not just a physical location. It is a feeling of sanctuary—one that has been taken from them.
Teachings for Uncertain Times
Teachings for Uncertain Times: Facing Our Ancestors
Kaira Jewel Lingo, a dharma teacher who was ordained by Thich Nhat Hanh, offers a practice for drawing strength from our family members.
Teachings for Uncertain Times: Recognizing Our Intersectionality
Lama Rod Owens speaks about the power that comes from honoring our different identities.
Teachings for Uncertain Times: Being a Knower of the World
Buddhist monk Ven. Pannavati Bhikkhuni explains that to find out what the world means to us, we have to look within.
Teachings for Uncertain Times: Waking Up to Activism
Buddhist teacher Viveka Chen talks about being propelled to act after Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson.
Teachings for Uncertain Times: Eight Principles for Wholeness
Dawa Tarchin Phillips offers eight teachings to help us appreciate our inherent value
Teachings for Uncertain Times: What Have We Been Practicing For?
Zen Buddhism teacher Mushim Patricia Ikeda-Nash reminds us that now is the time to “dig in” to our practice.
Teachings Teachings for Uncertain Times
Teachings for Uncertain Times: Viewing 3,000 Realms in a Single Moment
Myokei Caine-Barrett, bishop of the Nichiren Shu Buddhist order, explains how a complex practice can be a foundation for healing.
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