“We get away with stuff sometimes, being American crazy laypeople,” says Peggy Rowe Ward, and then she starts to chuckle. It turns into a deep,
The idea for this special issue originated a year or so ago in our editorial chief executive’s office on the ground floor of Wang Fat Ching She, the Buddhist temple in Hong Kong where Buddhistdoor Global is based.
Hasta Colman recalls her childhood adventures…
Celtic Buddhism, a little-known permutation of the Buddhist…
“Twenty self-contained, solar-powered cabins, each with its own functional kitchen and private organic garden, spread sparsely over a luscious green space,” B. Alan Wallace’s eyes
Stepping into the Golden Lobby of the Museum of World Religions in Taipei, one’s attention is immediately captured by a colorful labyrinthine design spread across
The second part of Sally’s spiritual journey The summer of 1996 brought many life-altering changes. My co-parenting partner of over 20 years and the father
A state of emergency over the growing homeless population and the need for social services has recently been declared in the city of Seattle and