Personal Reflections Buddhism
How Thich Nhat Hanh helped me find refuge as a child of Vietnamese refugees
Personal Reflections Poetry
Poet Ocean Vuong on the Creativity of Refugees
In a recent episode of Life As It Is, the Buddhist writer discusses his new poetry collection, Time Is a Mother, and poetry’s power to interrupt
Plum Village Nuns Join Faith Leaders in Visit to Ukraine
Sisters Giac Nghiem and Luc Nghiem describe what it’s like at refugee camps in the city of Chernivsti
Edge of the World
A short story
Directors on the Diaspora
Ritu Sarin and Sonam Tenzing, the filmmakers of The Sweet Requiem, discuss Tibetan exile and collective trauma.
Mon Refugees from Myanmar Build a Buddhist Community in Akron, Ohio
Members of the ethnic minority are preserving their Theravada tradition at a growing sangha in the Midwest and bringing new energy to a stagnant economy.
How a Buddhist Couple Helped a Somali Writer Find Refuge in America
When Abdi Nor Iftin’s citizen journalism put his life at risk, his supporters in Maine aided his escape.
Rohingya in “Last Stages of Genocide”
Refugees face grave danger as monsoon season threatens camps and Myanmar rewrites history, independent observers warn.
Personal ReflectionsMagazine | Feature
The Hunger for Home
For the displaced, "home" is not just a physical location. It is a feeling of sanctuary—one that has been taken from them.
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