Recently, my mother gifted me any course of my choice from the Great Courses catalog. The timing was perfect, as I had just finished reading Pema Chodron’s edition of The Way of the Bodhisattva, which she has titled, Becoming Bodhisattvas: A Guidebook for Compassionate…
“All of us suffer from injustice and intolerance. Instead of being brothers and sisters to each other, we aim guns at each other. When we are overtaken by anger, we think that the only response is to punish the other person. The fire of…
Have you heard the song, “July, July!” by The Decemberists? You should. This is the story of the road that goes to my house And what ghosts there do remain And all the troughs that run the length and breadth of my house And…
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