Articles on compassion

A Buddhist Climate Scientist Discusses Wholeness in the Workplace
Must we choose between science and spirituality? Dekila Chungyalpa makes the case for a both/and approach to environmental healing.
Dekila Chungyalpa
Roshi Joan Halifax at the Sakyadhita Spain Symposium 2020
Roshi Joan Halifax emphasizes the transformative role of unbiased compassion in responding to suffering, including ecological crisis.
Tilly Campbell-Allen
A community is more than just a collection of people—it encompasses the way we care for each other and our world. In observance of Sangha Day, we highlight a Cambodian monastic community that exemplifies this care.
 
Dipen Barua
How should we live amidst vast systems of interlocking harm? Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo invites us to begin by adopting nonviolence as a way of life.
Tilly Campbell-Allen
In this prayer, Dudjom Rinpoche III calls on inner and outer protectors to help us transmute our destructive habits, which water the roots of our deepening ecological crises, into healing.
Dudjom Rinpoche
Here at the end of 2020, so fraught with loss, what gifts can we find nestled among the common roots of darkness and light, difficulty and ease, suffering and joy?
Sarah C. Beasley
Tap into the sacred power of community, even as we remain separated from one another in space. The recording of the Kuan Yin Compassion Ceremony, led by Thanissara and Kittisaro on November 8, is now available to all who wish to participate.