Mistakes are unavoidable, but the gloom and shame that come with them is.
Born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, Te’Era Coleman inspires others to dream by first believing in herself.
Stormi Grundon of Vincennes, Indiana, learns about chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo from a musician at her local café.
Don’t stress out about imaginary timelines.
Wondering if your Buddhability can change the world? Sherman Edmiston III uses dialogue to be an agent of change in corporate America and his community.
How to catch ourselves when we slip into doubt and anxiety looking forward to 2021.
Erika Marcano learns that believing in herself is the key to changing her life.
After Sue Kuan’s son was a victim of a tragic event, his mother never gave up on his future.
Hint: You have to unlock your own wisdom and compassion first.
Want to break through? Embrace the grind.