Buddhist practice teaches that refusing to be defeated in your life is what it means to win.
With the consistent Buddhist practice we can develop strong selves that can enjoy each moment, however imperfect it may be.
It’s fright season, let’s dive into why facing our fears with courage allows us to bring out our best selves.
SGI is a community of Buddhists committed to the philosophy of Nichiren Buddhism, rooted in nonviolence and respect for people.
When we feel misunderstood, it can be easy to slip into self-criticism. Buddhism teaches us that we have the ability to overcome this cycle.
Learn how Kyle Maharlika, of Florida, conquered his inner fear by believing in the Buddhability of others.
Here’s today's question, “Can I be angry when I chant Nam-myoho-renge-kyo?”
In the Netflix series, “Beef,” we see anger played out between two characters but beyond that, comes questions about living a fulfilling life.
Today we are talking about relationships—especially the long and complicated kind, that provide us with the greatest lessons about life and love.
Here’s what Buddhism says about becoming more accepting of yourself. Hint: It starts with accepting others.