Anger activates action, but lovingkindness creates real meaningful change. This post explores just how, and why it’s so important right now.
The ninth Paramita is Metta or lovingkindness. This is a quality we are very familiar with in class because I
When someone is suffering, what can we say or do to help? The wise women of my weekly sangha offer advice from years of experience. And the Buddha has a few guidelines too.
Hope seems like a good thing, but it is it? In class students resisted the exploration but soon understood and were inspired by the insights. Maybe you will be too!
This past week has been a celebration of the life of John Lewis, whose legacy as a stirrer of “good
Why do people who meditate seem to be able to weather the storms of life better than those who don’t?
As businesses reopen we each have difficult choices. Here’s a way to evaluate our decisions from a Buddhist perspective.
We’ve been focusing in the last few posts on meeting the challenges of finding our center without being self-centered. Because
Stephanie shares a Buddhist story and a personal story that might help.
We can do it! We’ve proven we have the muscle and the know how to meet great challenges. Now let’s apply that to the much greater threat with much less difficult things to do.