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68-year-old Buddhist priest Souphanh Inthalangsinh was found dead after firefighters investigated an Arkansas temple destroyed in a fire there on March 5. The post Buddhist priest dies, sangha seeks to rebuild after Arkansas temple fire appeared first on Lion's Roar.
The spring issue of Buddhadharma explore our evolving communities, from mindfulness to activism, and looks at our roles as practitioners. The post Mindfulness, Community and Practice appeared first on Lion's Roar.
We call people who harm us enemies, but is that who they really are? The post Know Your Enemy appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Pat Robertson—the Christian pastor who is known for making hateful, controversial claims—compared Buddhism to a disease. The post Watch: Pat Robertson’s bad advice about Buddhists appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Thursday night's Tibet House benefit concert continued the annual series' reputation for eclectic artistry. The post From Patti Smith to Miley Cyrus, Tibet House benefit blurs boundaries appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Sources including Tibet Post International and Voice of America are reporting a new Tibetan death caused by self-immolation in protest of Chinese rule. The post Tibetan woman, 47, dies after self-immolation protest appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Mike Brady, President of Greyston Bakery, has now been named President and CEO of Zen Peacemakers' Greyston Brakery. The post Greyston names Mike Brady President and CEO appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Episode 6 of the new season of Netflix’s House of Cards includes Tibetan monks creating and destroying an intricate sand mandala in the White House. The post Watch: Tibetan Monks make sand mandala on House of Cards appeared first on Lion's Roar.
The University of Michigan has received a gift of $2 million to establish the world's first endowed chair of Thai Buddhism. The post University of Michigan creates world’s first endowed chair of Thai Buddhism appeared first on Lion's Roar.
“If we want peace and justice, it is very important for Buddhists and Muslims to come together because these are two major world religions.” The post Buddhist-Muslim peace called for in Yogyakarta Statement appeared first on Lion's Roar.
As Burma is emerging from 50 years of military dictatorship, its citizens are thronging to social media, and anti-Muslim extremists are too. The post Facebook using Buddhist tools to fight hate speech in Burma appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Theatre Within, the grassroots non-profit in New York dedicated to the performing arts, is offering a new workshop—"Zen & The Heart of Creative Practice" The post NYC workshop: Zen & The Heart of Creative Practice appeared first on Lion's Roar.
I was hungry when I attended my first Nichiren Buddhist meeting in 1988. I mean that literally. The post On Awakening Through Race, Sexuality, and Gender appeared first on Lion's Roar.
In this beautiful new PSA about implicit bias, we're reminded of love's power to cross any perceived boundaries. The post Watch: “Love has no labels” appeared first on Lion's Roar.
You have a mind, body, thoughts, and a natural bent toward awakening. From that great beginning, Judy Lief offers guidelines for the path ahead of you. The post DIY Dharma: You Have Everything You Need appeared first on Lion's Roar.
As Barry Boyce tells us, the 17th Karmapa's views will help define Buddhism in the 21st century. The post The 17th Karmapa: New Face of an Ancient Lineage appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Upaya Zen Center has appointed Joshin Brian Byrnes, the center's president, as vice-abbot. Byrnes is a student of the center's abbot, Roshi Joan Halifax. The post Joshin Brian Byrnes appointed as Upaya vice-abbot appeared first on Lion's Roar.
In a new, eight-part video course from Sounds True, Pema Chödrön teaches how to achieve liberation from your habits, addictions, and behaviors. The post Pema Chödrön online teaching: “The Freedom to Choose Something Different” appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Tomi Um’s first editorial illustration was in the Shambhala Sun, in 2009. Since then, she's worked for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and TIME. The post Bustling, bubbly & Buddhist: The illustrations of Tomi Um appeared first on Lion's Roar.
Rod Meade Sperry, in his Editorial for our "DIY Dharma" issue, offers some encouragement for keeping with practice. The post Forget Perfect. Just Practice. appeared first on Lion's Roar.