A Buddhist mother of five takes on the gun lobby in America.
It appears that Aaron Alexis, the gunman in the massacre at the Washington Navy Yard, was a Buddhist. In the Washington Post a headline reads, “Buddhist community ponders apparent link between their faith and Navy Yard shooter.” We don’t think questions like “What does it mean to be a Buddhist?” or “How could a Buddhist […]
From Tricycle contributor James Baraz’s recent article on the Huffington Post, “A Buddhist Perspective on Access to Guns.” How can we make sense out of the senseless? When a deranged young man opens fire killing innocent people, what lessons can we take away that can give meaning to the lost lives? Learning something new or […]