The ethos of consumerism urges us to see the world as a means to our satisfaction—a satisfaction that never arrives. In this essay, Tiffani Gyatso invites us to reexamine our relationship with the rhythms of life.
If we’re concerned about the climate crisis, why do we struggle to talk about it? Dharma teacher Chas DiCapua offers guidance for wisely and carefully breaking the silence on the climate crisis right here and now in everyday conversations.
In this fundamental ecodharma teaching, organizer, educator and ordained Triratna Buddhist Guhyapati asks: by rooting more in solidarity with one another than in fear, “what kind of dharma can we offer the world?”
We live in the legacy of colonialism, a human-, white-, and settler-centered view of reality. Buddhist scholar Natalie Avalos shows us how Indigenous and Dharma wisdom call us to live in Right Relationship with Earth and all beings.