Entries tagged with “Understanding”
Celebrated writer Ruth Ozeki’s latest novel, The Book of Form and Emptiness, continues her tradition of “enacting the Zen teachings in the world.”
Disagreement can be a healthy way to expand our mindset.
Eight ways to shift your thoughts to develop deeper empathy and help raise the vibration of our world.
The two of us have been digging in to reconcile the differences between us for 15 years. What are we digging into? The thick, rich, confusing soil of the different ways we think, experience, and understand the world.
One tranquil morning on the beautiful island of Bali, I reclined outdoors on a spa chair at a destination resort. Perched atop a shelf of rice paddy fields, my eye caught a farmer …
An invitation to mine the depths of your own truth.
One-third of the new homeless are living in their vehicles with laptops, tablets, and cellphones. My husband and I were two of them.
People grok daily, often without even realizing it.
The goal of The World Wisdom Bible is not to create a world religion, but to create peace, 12 coffee cups at a time
Excerpt from The Intelligent Heart
Anger can be liberating and spiritual, if you understand anger and accept its message.
When I was a school counselor, there was a girl in the sixth grade who was absent more than present. When she did make it to school, kids called her “Dead Girl” because of her mono…
Muhammad has become a strangely unifying figure in America—able to get conservative Glenn Beck and liberal Bill Maher to agree that Islam is a backward, medieval religion and a threat to all civilization. Both are making a common, fundamentalist mistake.
“We speak with more than our mouths. We listen with more than our ears.”