Today’s episode is about the power of believing in yourself, even if the people around you don’t.
Buddhability spoke with college student Allen Hirahara on how chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo helped him identify the root cause of his video game obsession.
Discover what Buddhism says about changing for the better, while not changing who we are.
Vinessa Shaw has been practicing Buddhism since childhood, and today she shares her honest experience dealing with success at a young age.
Our guest is Erin Harris, who grew up practicing Buddhism in the Bay Area. Erin’s own story is so moving.
Buddhism is really about finding your true self. For Té Harris, that was a journey.
Gabe Zune, of Miami, is inspired by his Buddhist practice to be his own person and builds the confidence to design his dream life.
Today’s episode is about impostor syndrome, or feeling like you don’t deserve success or happiness.
Today we are discussing a question that comes up a lot: How do I stop comparing myself to other people?
At 16 years old, Aatish Parson wins the 2020 Congressional App Challenge by sharing resources for people experiencing homelessness.