TeachingsMagazine | In Brief, Teachings
Zenju Earthlyn Manuel
A brief teaching from a Zen priest
CultureMagazine | Audio Dharma, Openings
What We’re Listening To
An audiobook and three podcasts that no Buddhist listener should miss
Meditation Meditation Month 2021
To Drink Tea Is to Taste the Earth
Zenju Earthlyn Manuel reflects on drinking tea as meditation practice.
CultureMagazine | Books, Openings
What We’re Reading
The latest in Buddhist publishing, plus a book worth rereading
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.
Zenkei Blanche Hartman Roshi’s dharma sister remembers how the first abbess of the San Francisco Zen Center lived up to her name.
Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
A Buddhist priest reflects on the occasion of the civil rights leader’s birthday.
The Terror Within
Fear and anxiety builds up over a lifetime, but we can release our terrors moment by moment.
Difference and Harmony
An interview with Zenju Earthlyn Manuel about her Buddhist practice and new book Tell Me Something About Buddhism
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