Finding Our Spiritual Hearts in Turbulent Times: Naikan Self-Reflection

Only Genuine Compassion Will Do - The Dalai Lama

The Dalai Lama teaches that before we can generate compassion and love, it is important to have a clear understanding of what we understand compassion and love to be.>>>


Coronaspection -- Norman Fischer yt

Yes, We Can Have Hope

Roshi Joan Halifax reflects on the idea of “wise hope” and why we should open ourselves to it.>>>


Expanding your circle of compassion - Robert Thurman

When I Could Do Nothing: Buddhism and the Practice of Poetry in a Time of Pandemic

William Edelglass explores the paradox of language—as both a vehicle and an obstacle to awakening—found in many Buddhist traditions. >>>


How to Stay Calm while Anxious – Joseph Goldstein

The Spectrum of Grief

Zen teacher Koshin Paley Ellison shares advice on how to mourn and find peace in our new normal.>>>


On Edge States, Compassion, Moral Resilience in the Midst of COVID-19

Thich Nhat Hanh’s tips for staying sane in challenging timese

Thich Nhat Hanh’s key teachings on the art of living each day well.>>>


The Dalai Lama's “Call to Unite"

Love Emerges in theFace of Disaster

Rodney Smith

In the face of challenges like the coronavirus crisis, says Rodney Smith, we must remain vulnerable and tender toward our grief and surrender to love. >>>


Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche message on COVID-19

TheBodhisattva Response to Coronavirus

Jack Kornfield >>>


Shin Buddhist Everyday Life

Rev. Dr. Mutsumi Wondra

Everyday Life: We Live Together >>>


Shin Buddhist Views on Coronavirus

Revelations from the Outbreak of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus

Men. Shan Ci>>>


Buddhism in the Time of COVID - Bhante Henepola Gunaratana

The Solidarity Sutra

Scholar and Soto Zen Buddhist priest Duncan Ryuken Williams shares his Solitary Sutra for the coronavirus age >>>


Social Welfare and the Coronavirus Crisis: A Buddhist Perspective

Tavivat Puntarigvivat>>>