Posts Categorized: Buddhism

Who Else Wants to Live?

Reading Time: 5 minutes The aim of mindfulness—true mindfulness—is existential . . . It sometimes happens that bits from seemingly unrelated zones of life — (cooking, philosophizing, clothing, cleaning, creating,… Read more »

Open to Life in All Its Forms

Reading Time: Just under 2 minutes As humans, rightly or wrongly, we often yearn for more. We want more life. More friendship. More humanity. More intimacy.    The Integrity of… Read more »

The Wonderful Matter of Trees

Reading Time:  4 minutes They exemplify the spiritual principles of care, love, trust, and respect — i.e. thoughtfulness — as being beneficial for all sentient beings.  Just outside of the… Read more »

To Study the Way

Reading Time: Just under 3 minutes What is a suitable, lasting, reliable standard for life? What, in short, is the Way?  This morning I went for a run on Houston street…. Read more »

Attending to Time

Reading Time: Just over 7 minutes Live deeply, broadly, and grandly. Be spiritually ambitious. Engage with life.  Act.  Ask questions. Answer them. Test your answers . . . “Yes, all that might… Read more »

What is the Language of Autumn?

Reading Time: Just over 4 minutes We prepare for the year’s end, or next year’s beginning, with hope and energy in our hearts: reading and writing or preparing the garden… Read more »