Critical Dharma for Thinking Minds

Wirathu: ‘I Am Defending My Loved One’

Buddhist Monk Ashin Wirathu speaks of protecting his flock – “his beloved” – against what he perceives as danger, the Rohingya Muslims of northern Burma. “I am defending my loved one,” … Continue reading

2017/09/05 · Leave a comment

Dr. MLK: Loving Your Enemies

The Dharma of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Dharma Podcasts on August 14, 2017 in Podcasts Speaker: Hozan Alan Senauke Recorded: Wednesday Aug 9, 2017 Podcast: Play in new window | Download … Continue reading

2017/08/31 · Leave a comment

TNH: To Love Our Enemy Is Impossible

“To love our enemy is impossible. The moment we understand our enemy, we feel compassion towards him or her, and he or she is no longer our enemy.” ~ Thich … Continue reading

2017/08/31 · Leave a comment

Perspectives on Anti-Fascist Practice

From the perspective of Buddhist dharma, can we actually ‘love’ (have empathy and compassion for) violent racists? or only wish for an end to their suffering? The following two presentations show … Continue reading

2017/08/31 · Leave a comment

The Commons in the City

Ostrom in the City: Design Principles for the Urban Commons About the Writer: Sheila Foster Sheila R. Foster is a Professor of Law and Public Policy (joint appointment with McCourt … Continue reading

2017/08/30 · Leave a comment

Dharma Nerds

I’ve started a companion blog to Engage!: Dharma Nerds. It will be less serious and more fun than Engage!, even silly at times. Have a look. https://dharmanerds.wordpress.com Dharma Nerds aims to … Continue reading

2017/08/26 · Leave a comment

Love in a Time of Chaos

Love In the Time of Chaos is a five-part series featuring the collective advice of the Be Here Now Network’s teachers on dealing with the chaos of the current political … Continue reading

2017/08/25 · Leave a comment

Yogi Prabodha Jnana: Why Buddhism is not a Religion

Buddhism – a Path beyond Religion Yogi Prabodha JnanaFebruary 20, 2016 By Yogi Prabodha Jnana Buddhism is a journey beyond religion – a deepening awareness into our own nature relying … Continue reading

2017/08/25 · 1 Comment

The Karmapa: Interconnected

Our life is like a vast net connecting us to all other lives on this planet, and each part of this net is linked to all of the rest. The … Continue reading

2017/08/20 · Leave a comment

Dr. Robin DiAngelo: White Fragility

Doing Our Own Work Series: In this is a fantastic video, Dr. Robin DiAngelo unpacks white fragility, white racial denial, white privilege, white racial stress and white worldview. Dr. Robin … Continue reading

2017/08/18 · Leave a comment


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I do Tai Chi with Paul Read, the Teapot Monk, @ 21st Century Tai Chi Academy https://www.21stcenturytaichi.com/academy/89szm