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How can Dharma teachers and Buddhist sanghas renounce spiritual bypass and respond courageously to environmental crises and systemic injustice?
Part 3: Kaira Jewel Lingo
Kaira Jewel Lingo, guiding teacher and beloved friend of One Earth Sangha, gave the third and final talk of our Standing in Solidarity gathering.
Part 2: Thanissara
Thanissara, a frequent and cherished partner of One Earth Sangha, gave the second talk of our Standing in Solidarity gathering.
Part 1: Roshi Joan Halifax
Renowned Zen teacher Roshi Joan Halifax gave the first talk of One Earth Sangha's Standing in Solidarity gathering, an exploration of what it means to be in active solidarity with life.
A Practice of Meeting Harm with Steady Love
We invite you to bring your standing practice both into the meditation hall and out in the world with you, as an act of solidarity with life.
A Call for Clear Seeing... and Response
Roshi Joan calls on us to respond to environmental racism as an indirect and persistent form of oppression.
Attending to the Emergent World Soul
Plum Village teacher Dr. Larry Ward calls us to embody the anima mundi, or “world soul,” as a skillful response to a world in crisis.
Examining the Ethics of Billionaire Blast-Offs
Justin Whitaker of Buddhistdoor reflects on the implications of Bezos' and Branson's recent expeditions.
Canada’s Bloody Indigeneous Relations and A Way Forward
As Canada continues to discover bodies of indigeneous children in unmarked graves, the country grapples with this collective trauma, as well as the question of a just response.
Roshi Joan Halifax reflects on the various manifestations of moral challenge confronting all in an age of climate crisis.