Posts in Activism
Joy as a Radical Act

It seems that joy is in high demand and short supply these days. At the intersections of increasing cost of living, less free time, and an abundance of social and political upheaval, it's not a surprise that many of us are looking for more skillful ways to deal with life's stresses and find more joy. 

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On Loneliness and Interdependence

The following excerpt is a short writing on loneliness by H.H. the 17th Karmapa, the current head of the Karma Kagyü lineage of Tibetan Buddhism. This writing hit home for me in so many different ways, as it takes a lot of courage to speak one's truth despite the social and political consequences. It is also very rare for the head of a Tibetan Buddhist lineage to be so publicly vulnerable.

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A Radical Shift

I grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1980’s and 90’s. Raised Jewish, I went to Hebrew school like any good little reformed Jewish boy. I loved going because I could sneak into the back with friends and smoke cigarettes...

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