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Is This Buddhism? The Oneness of Spiritual Liberation and Social Justice
Manifesting the morality at the heart of the Buddhadharma
Uploaded 12 May 2021
Lessons in Impermanence: A Conversation with Choje Lama Wangchuk of the Thrangu Monasteries
Learning about Ven. Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche from his close student and nephew
Uploaded 12 Apr 2021
Myanmar: A Month into the Coup
Peaceful protests and civil disobedience in the face of violent oppression
Uploaded 12 Mar 2021
The Other Shoe Drops: Reflections on Myanmar’s Latest Coup
The struggle for peace and equality and the path to liberation
Uploaded 10 Feb 2021
Khandro Dorje Phagmo Rinpoche: An Ancient Legacy Manifested
Pursuing the call of a sacred prophecy
Uploaded 9 Feb 2021
Last Week in Samsara
Where do we go from here? Our choice between chaos and community
Uploaded 15 Jan 2021
<i>Metta’s</i> Thousand Oceans
Bringing loving-kindness to UK students and academic services staff
Uploaded 1 Dec 2020
Toward a Beloved Community
Engaged Buddhism and the path to reconciliation and redemption
Uploaded 17 Nov 2020
<i>Metta</i> Delivers
Loving-kindness finds its way to students trapped in lockdown in the UK
Uploaded 4 Nov 2020
From Hearts to Hearts: An Interview with Ven. Dhammananda Bhikkhuni
Engaged Buddhism and the future of female monasticism in Thailand
Uploaded 4 Sep 2020
<i>Metta</i> Draws the Line
Keeping calm in the tumult of the UK’s pandemic lockdown
Uploaded 3 Jul 2020
Master of the Compassionate Chisel: Buddhist Themes in the Prints of Hiratsuka Un’ichi
Tracing movements in 20th century Japanese art-making
Uploaded 17 Jun 2020
The Value of Art History: Kukai and Our Glimpses of Perfection
Guidance on the bridge from the secular to the sacred
Uploaded 20 Nov 2019
Why Fold Paper Cranes? Japanese American Buddhists and Today’s Migrant Crisis
The third in a three-part series on recent protests against US immigration policies
Uploaded 30 Aug 2019
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