By chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo, we blossom in a way that’s special to us. We each can make a contribution to the world that no one else can.
The Lotus Sutra teaches the enlightenment of women. And that’s why we practice it.
Why it brings out the best version of us.
How to use the time away from our phones to restore our connection to the world.
You asked, we answered.
Hint: You have to unlock your own wisdom and compassion first.
Hope only disappears when we decide something is hopeless.
Buddhists have taught for thousands of years that a change in our world begins with a change in our hearts.
This week, we speak with psychotherapist Sean Grover about how therapy works, what its limits are, and what it takes to actually change yourself for the better.
Don’t know where to begin? Here are 6 books by Buddhist philosopher Daisaku Ikeda.