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The Problem with Ghosts
On the pros and cons of seeing our dead loved ones
Uploaded 31 Oct 2020
Grief and the Four Noble Truths
On going back to the basics while grieving
Uploaded 26 Sep 2020
Please Don’t Come Back
On clinging, suffering, and rebirth
Uploaded 1 Sep 2020
Can You Wish <I>Metta</I> to the Dying?
On loving-kindness, death, and impermanence
Uploaded 29 Jul 2020
Death During this Time of Social Distancing
A new column on death and dying by Margaret Meloni
Uploaded 30 Jun 2020
Tibetan Book of the Dead, Part Two: The Hour of Our Death
Death, dying, and our place in the cosmos
Uploaded 5 May 2017
Letters from Saint Petersburg: Seekers Share Their Stories
The year was 1993, shortly after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Two years had passed since the heroic city of Leningrad was rechristened Saint Petersburg, its imperial name. Vasily Repin was a stud
Uploaded 13 Mar 2015
Thelma’s Grudge: A Lesson in Compassion
In the mid-1990s, I spent a year as a volunteer at Zen Hospice Project’s (ZHP) Guest House in downtown San Francisco, helping the four resident patients one day a week. During that time, I learn
Uploaded 31 Oct 2014
The Bodhgaya Bombings, July 2013: Save Ahimsa-marga
I got the upsetting news on July 7, 2013 at around 8.30 a.m. — Terror struck Mahabodhi Temple at Bodh Gaya: a series of blasts had left two monks injured.   The first thought in my mind
Uploaded 24 Jul 2013
A Psychology of Joy – Reflections from Living in a Tibetan Monastery
Editor's note: This feature was first published in the now-retired Bodhi Journal, Issue 2, January 2007.  The first time I met a Tibetan monk I couldn’t believe how ‘normal’ he
Uploaded 17 Apr 2013
A Photo Journal of Tantric Buddhism at Kenbisan
The visual traces of tantric Buddhism in Japan and China
Uploaded 24 Jan 2011
The Sacred Alphabets – A Photo Journal of Siddham characters in China and Japan
An introduction to the Siddham script and its mystic nature
Uploaded 1 Mar 2009
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