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The collision between Hispanic children in cages the Muslim ban and racism, police brutality in the States. So, I would say the biggest challenge is dealing with all of the hatred and vitriol that has been coming out of the current administration.
By Laura Hassler the pine gate closeda scintillating arrowleaves thetrembling string air ripsthe sun explodesorange blossoms fall, fall cover the yardThere is the shadowof infinity nhat hanh Written for Laura Hassler upon her return from Vietnam Judy Forilla was my
The Summer 2020 edition of Fellowship Magazine was dedicated to the prose and poetry Thich Nhat Hanh published in Fellowship Magazine and other publications over the decades as well as the reflections and stories of those who knew him and
by Jim Forest In 1968, I was traveling with Thich Nhat Hanh on a Fellowship tour during which there were meetings with church and student groups, senators, journalists, professors, business people, and (blessed relief) a few poets. Almost everywhere he
by Paul Dekar Renowned Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh, born on October 11, 1926 in the city of Hue in Central Vietnam, author of over a hundred books, has bestowed upon us all an enormous gift of interconnection with one’s
“Hate cannot drive out hate: Only love can do that.” – Martin Luther King, Jr. “Hate never yet dispelled hate. Only love dispels hate.” – Buddha (from the Dhammapada) With an iconic figure such as the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., whose brief life shook
By Matt Meyer Dialectics can help sharpen our strategies, intensify our struggles, and push us past seemingly intractable odds. Simply put, dialectics are the ways in which our many truths and definitions of the world—including and sometimes especially our