Personal Reflections COVID-19
Death & Dying
Buddhist hospice founder Frank Ostaseski talks with media scholar Bernhard Poerksen about the invisibility of death and the virtualization of dying in the pandemic.
Personal ReflectionsMagazine | Column
What Our Memories Make Us
When people age with memories more or less intact, remembering can be a dreadful burden, laden with fears and regrets, or a precious refuge to come home to.
Personal ReflectionsMagazine | Feature
In the End
Encounters with death
Postcard from Tibet
Contemplating the self's demise while traveling through Tibet
Memo to the Sangha
Re: The Zendo Email List
Self-Care for Future Corpses
"Namaste. You're dead." (Plus: 7 habits of highly effective Buddhists.)
Gary Snyder’s Tracks
Andrew Schelling reviews Gary Snyder's book, This Present Moment
Death and Dying: The Great Matter
Caught up trying to extend our lives, we've forgotten how to let them go.
Because We Can
Oncology and the Bodhisattva's Way of Life
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