Priya Huffman on the vulnerability of people who have just moved to a new city, of migrants and refugees.
Marc Itzler’s insight: “Laughter is intelligence, the ultimate expression of rebellion! A rebellion against guilt, against shame and self-doubt. A rebellion against fear itself.”
From Suha’s collection of short essays entitled ‘Beware: slippery… sacred ground – Small flashes of real life’.
Srajan writes about a perilous attempt to climb Mt Olympus in Washington State, USA, and ponders the significance of taking risks.
Leela writes that life is not just about being with the other. It is about finding your inner being.
Leela writes about her experiences during her inquiry into self, and releasing the ego-dream of identity.
Triggered by e-mail conversations with Bhagawati where the question arose ‘What is time?’, Bodhisagar felt inspired to write about his understanding.
Marc muses on the fact that Buddha has become a household name and that there is a need arising in people to connect to their inner world.
Susie Steiner reports in ‘The Guardian’ that among the top regrets is ‘I wish I hadn’t worked so hard’.
Interview by Joanna Moorhead for ‘The Guardian’ with Walter Schels and Beate Lakotta how facing death changed how they felt about dying – and living.
A meditation on Bodh Gaya: Prem Geet draws from Buddhism and Judaism to get her heart around the madness.
Damini shares this peace chant from her new film, ‘Hindu Wanderings in Sacred India’, and her insight about the recent dramatic events in Uttarakhand.