Two co-editors of A Buddhist Response to the Climate Emergency (reviewed by Stephanie Kaza in our current issue) answer your
questions about what individuals, organizations, and even nations can
do to compassionately and effectively respond to the pressing need to
take better care of our planet.
Nhat Hanh says that only deep listening and gentle communication can
remove the wrong perceptions that are the foundation of violence.
Interdependence Project's Jerry Kolber shares practices that you can do
to make our world a healthier place for all — and he wants to hear your
The founder of NYC's The Interdependence Project speaks about how his community is making a difference, and how you can too.
In a blogpost for Shambhala SunSpace, award-winning art director Liza Matthews takes you inside her process.
McLeod gives the Editor in Chief's point of view on the people and practices
found in the new Shambhala Sun and in our related web-only exclusives.
The Mindful Society Pages
highly sociable senior editor takes you to meet the fascinating folks
who are bringing mindfulness and other contemplative disciplines into
all areas of society.
Karen Maezen Miller:
The Laundry Line: Everyday Dharma
calls herself an "errant mother, reluctant dog walker, expert
laundress, and stationmaster of the full catastrophe." She left out
"insightful, funny, moving writer."
Shambhala Sun's web-editor and creator of TheWorstHorse.com looks at
Buddhism — through the filter of pop-culture and media...
and back again.
"Escape arts are moves that
break out of the walls in the mind; they are often similar to the moves
you make if you are interested in Zen koans, but the world teaches them to us."
Shambhala Sun is North America’s oldest and most widely-read Buddhist
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