Personal Reflections Zen Buddhism
Brad Warner discusses ethics, Zen, and his new book The Other Side of Nothing
Guidelines for an Ethical Life
There is a tenderness that arises when we realize we belong to each other. That tenderness, embodied through sila, the Pali Buddhist term for ethics or moral conduct, manifests as a fierce showing up for one another…
Safety in Duality
While the dharma contains non-dualistic teachings, the Buddha still believed that we can tell the difference between what we should and shouldn't do.
Ask a Teacher
Marc Lesser, Zen teacher and CEO, addresses ethics in the workplace
Interfaith chaplain and dharma teacher Pamela Gayle White discusses the meaning of belief.
Opinion: Are Corporations Anti-Dharma?
A corporate lawyer and an economist explain why certainty about the greed of corporations should make a Buddhist nervous.
A More Enlightened Way of Being
The entrance of Buddhist ethics into the modern world
What’s Ethics Got to Do with It?
The misguided debate about mindfulness and morality
Personal Reflections Mindfulness
Personal Heaven, Personal Hell
Sex and the five precepts
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