Tag: Dalai Lama
Too often, we confuse love with attachment. Sharon Salzberg on striking a balance between needing and a generosity of the heart — for ourselves, for all beings, for life itself.
Rami, not Rumi. And good reads on living and loving well, male parenting, and not-knowing.
To celebrate the 80th birthday of the great spiritual leader, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Sharon Salzberg recounts her first encounter with him and the importance of his example — in words and in deed.
From spectacular images of Holi to supporting an artist that’s meant so much to us, this week’s capsule shares some of our best work — and those of others.
Parker Palmer shares one of his favorite stories about the Dalai Lama and a poem from Stephen Levine on the majesty of humor and love.
Our executive editor Trent Gilliss brings you his weekly column on articles worth reading, visuals worth seeing, music worth hearing. Including a remarkable story of curiosity and persistence, a mesmerizing rumination on Dante’s Purgatorio, lessons to live by from Bertrand Russell, and some poetic twitterings with artist Dario Robleto.
Drawing on Joseph Campbell, Parker Palmer asks: where might you turn for news that is “true and worth attending to”?
A short film, “Happy Life,” elevates the everyday routines of ordinary people with the words of the Dalai Lama. A magical six minutes.
To sketchnote Krista’s conversation with the Dalai Lama’s principal English translator requires many of the same qualities he embodies: attention, compassion, focus, humility, action. No small feat.
“Action” (photo: Alessandro Pautasso/Flickr, cc by-nc-nd 2.0) Most people listen to songs like “Eye of the Tiger” or the theme…
The Dalai Lama presents Krista Tippett with a khata after their conversation at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. (photo: Cindy…
A basketball court transformed by flowers and incandescent light. Four thousand people in attendance. Four global religious leaders. I have…
Children at a Nepalese “bamboo school” discover new joy in the act of flying kites from children in Canada.
Krista is away at the Vancouver Peace Summit in Vancouver, British Columbia where, among others, she’ll be interviewing psychologist and…