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Catherine Burns, artistic director at The Moth, a nonprofit dedicated to the art of storytelling, has helped hundreds of people craft their stories. In a recent episode of Life As It Is, she shares what she…
5 Timeless Teachings on Extending Forgiveness to Ourselves and Others
Buddhist wisdom on cultivating a merciful heart
Meditation Meditation Month 2022
Why Are We So Hard On Ourselves?
We come to terms with our painful past by extending forgiveness to ourselves
Personal ReflectionsMagazine | Feature
The Execution of Daniel Lucas
A Buddhist chaplain tells the story of her friendship with a man on death row.
Meditation Meditation Month 2020
How to Forgive: A Meditation
There is a way to forgive others without denying your own suffering.
CultureMagazine | Books, Reviews
Survivors of the Charleston church shooting respond by embracing the tenets of their faith.
Forgiveness Is Not Buddhist
Buddhist teachings do not advise asking others to absolve us from our misdeeds. Instead, they outline a path to purification that will change our relationship to reactive patterns.
Three Ways to Practice Forgiveness
Meditation teacher Sharon Salzberg guides us through an exercise that helps us cultivate kindness toward those who have harmed us (including our own selves).
TeachingsMagazine | Dharma Talk
The Power of Forgiveness
Our ability to forgive allows us to meet suffering—our suffering as well as the suffering of others—with a kind heart.
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