The International Network of Engaged Buddhists and Jungto Society hold a prayer for a compassionate and united world for all beings at the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)
Craig Lewis grew up in a transplanted Scottish family in southern England before setting off against all advice to seek light and wisdom in far-off places, rather than staying put and looking within.
After repeated encounters with the Buddhadharma as a journalist in Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, and across Asia, he eventually found refuge as senior editor at BDG, where he reports and writes on the diversity of contemporary manifestations of the Dharma.
Craig is also a keen mountain trekker and photographer, finding particular inspiration in the peoples, cultures, and Buddhist expressions of the Himalaya.
In his column for BDG, Chasing Light, Craig seeks to document encounters, experiences, and epiphanies resulting from his own tentative and faltering path toward liberation.
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