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I’m approaching my second year (wow!) as a monthly columnist for Buddhistdoor Global. I write on women in Buddhism, and in honor of the anniversary, I thought I’d share a […]
“Imagination is very personal; it’s like a fingerprint, it’s one of the most identifiable features of a self,” she says. “And at the same time, it’s also just a self. […]
“If you come away feeling like a horrible caregiver, and you feel like you’re falling short all the time, your lens for seeing what is going well becomes distorted,” says […]
“Dharma is essentially the training to be free just as radical[ness] and queerness is the training to be free,” says Lama Rod Owens in Radical Dharma. This parallel structure—between the […]
My column at Buddhistdoor Global continues to fascinate me, as I have the opportunity to speak with incredibly intelligent, compelling, and insightful women about their lives, Buddhist practice, and what […]
I wrote my May Buddhistdoor column on the transitions between monastic and lay life for Buddhist women, and the balancing act between wanting a family and wanting a life of […]
Two remarkable women from different Buddhist traditions talk about their practices & lives.
I’m now a monthly columnist with BuddhistDoor Global, a Buddhist magazine from Hong Kong. My column focuses on women, from nuns to lay teachers, from issues of ordination and sexuality […]
How does an ancient Indian sage relate to the bombing of Pearl Harbor? History took a long and winding road from the ancient Zen teacher Bodhidharma to the Japanese Imperial […]