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On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day in April 2020, our guiding teacher Adam Lobel composed this supplication for clear seeing, compassion, and the flourishing of all life.
Thích Nhất Hạnh was a giant of modern Buddhism. In honor of his life and contributions, we share this talk reflecting on his teaching of interbeing.
As another year fraught with uncertainty and peril draws to a close, Roshi Joan Halifax explores the power of wise hope, free from attachment, to bolster our engaged practice.
An Interview with Sister True Dedication
Sister True Dedication speaks to cultivating resilience and awakened climate action.
A World in Free Fall Calls Us to Rise Up
As the old paradigm of endless growth, extraction, and exploitation proves increasingly unable to sustain its contradictions, Thanissara invites us to step fearlessly into the radical, collective transformation that is already underway.
A Conversation with Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi and David Loy
What are the responsibilities of Buddhists in response to increasing economic inequality, ethnic and racial violence, environmental destruction, and other crises?
An Interview with Aidan Kankyoku
26-year-old Buddhist activist Aidan Kankyoku speaks to the evolving landscapes of direct action, and daring to be a part of the shifts.
Reading Dōgen and Snyder Anew
What can a contemporary poet and 13th century Buddhist monk teach us about systems collapse?
Reflections on a Public Act of Protest
Psychotherapist, author, and Buddhist priest Satya Robyn offers a vulnerable account of mindful disobedience.
A Space to Cultivate Willingness, Courage and Intimacy
David Loy and Johann Robbins speak to the individual and communal need for ecobuddhist retreats.