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Feb 26, 2021
Buddhist sutras and teachings speak of lamenting only in ways that highlight how it is to be avoided and transcended, so as not to fall victim to the second arrow of suffering.
The Buddha's teaching that there is dukkha, or unsatisfactoriness, but suffering is optional through one's internal relationship to that...
Feb 11, 2021
Join us for this introduction of an Everyday Buddhism spin-off
Follow the conversation of 4 friends:
Holly Rockwell, a spiritual director and Ignatian prayer guide;
Levi Shinyo Walbert Sensei, a Buddhist Lay Minister and seminary student pursuing chaplaincy and a Master of Divinity;
Jan 13, 2021
Join me as I share my struggle finding some peace in the
midst of the uncertainties that have chased us from 2020 into
2021. Despite our urge to run, hide, strike out, or curl
up in a ball, as Buddhists we need to remember that the Buddha
never promised a rose garden.
The Buddha never promised an ordered universe. He...
Dec 12, 2020
In this episode we are continuing our "How I'm Coping" series but with a bit of a different twist. I've brought together two podcast listeners who expressed a different perspective on how they are coping with the pandemic. Both of them come to their current coping abilities through previous "practice" as people with...
Nov 26, 2020
In this podcast, we'll explore finding ways to say "thank you" in this time of loss, fear, despair, and uncertainty. I take some time reflecting on the Buddhist teachings of the gift of our "precious human life."
Our lives are a gift. We did not plan, arrange, or have any control in making our births happen. We were...