Managing the fear of returning to “normal life” after COVID-19
In It Together: Kindness through Crisis
After more than a year of social distancing, many of us continue to struggle in our day-to-day routines. Be it loneliness, grief, impatience, or frustration with family or roommates, Kimberly Brown encourages us to greet all…
A Buddhist Memorial for Those We’ve Lost
Four Buddhist teachers hold a service on the anniversary of the official declaration of the coronavirus pandemic.
Buddha Buzz Weekly: Interest in Buddhist Chaplaincy Increases During the Pandemic
More people want to become Buddhist chaplains since COVID-19, a Japanese Buddhist nun walks 36 miles to honor Native American lives, and Laurie Anderson’s Songs from the Bardo gets a Grammy nod. Tricycle looks back at…
Magazine | By the Numbers, Openings
Buddhism by the Numbers: COVID-19
The number of funds raised by Dharma Relief to supply masks, the percentage of increased meditation app downloads, and more data around the Buddhist response to COVID-19
MeditationMagazine | Practice, Teachings
Self-Care in an Uncertain World
Practices to help relieve fear and loneliness
Online Rituals in Newar Buddhism
With COVID-19, some gates around Nepal’s long-restricted tradition are coming down.
Buddha Buzz Weekly: Is Buddhist Culture Helping to Fight COVID-19?
News outlets observe stunning numbers in the fight against the coronavirus in Southeast Asia, a monk in North Carolina is killed by a gunshot wound, and a temple in Tokyo helps struggling Vietnamese workers. Tricycle looks…
Buddha Buzz Weekly: The Rohingya Face COVID-19
Rohingya refugees face barriers to getting tested for the coronavirus, monks in Wuhan share their surplus vegetable harvest, and Buddhist groups continue to voice support for Black Lives Matter. Tricycle looks back at the events of…
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