The Intersection of Dharma and Addiction
This dissolving of all ground and being forced to surrender one’s story of oneself is exactly what happens when we finally give up and become teachable.
A Table of Rules for the Table
Obstacles & Antidotes for dinner conversation
Some Thoughts in Advance of the Fall 2022 Elections
Delicate and observant
The Tyranny of the Sensitive
Fearless and observant
Three Anecdotes in the Same Vein
Anecdotal and observant
Watching From the Walkway
Frank Ryan remembers Thich Nhat Hanh
You Weren’t There
Eileen Malloy worked as Finance & Operations at the Boulder Shambhala Center from 2013 to 2021.
On Anger Fading
From the How to get over yourself department.
Let me ruin Bridgerton for you.