Buddhism

This list includes every page tagged with "Buddhism."

  • By Stephanie Kaza
    From UU World

    Simply by existing, it serves many others. For human beings, the work of the bodhisattva is a path of kindness, the choice to serve others as a way of life.

  • By Karen G. Johnston
    From Braver/Wiser
    I call the tall bush on my back patio “Burning Bush” because in autumn its leaves are a fiery red. All winter long I overlooked three uninhabited nests inside of it. For months and months I could have perceived—but didn’t—what was in plain sight. ...
  • By Kathleen McGregor
    Unitarian Universalist Buddhists reflect on their spiritual journeys within Buddhism and Unitarian Universalism and the meaningful intersections of these faith traditions and communities. Pack of 25 pamphlets.
  • By Kat Liu
    From Braver/Wiser
    Outside of the meditation hall, we plan for the future and think of the past. But so often we replay past regrets and worry about future events to the point where we’re no longer present in the present.
  • By Kyle Johnson
    From WorshipWeb
    Mystery of the Universe – Ground of our very Being, Truly it is said that you make the sun rise, and the life giving rains fall, on both...
  • By Linda Barnes
    From WorshipWeb
    Suspended between all that was and all that might be, we struggle to find this very moment—to live this very moment. Let us sit together...
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    From WorshipWeb
    Week 2: Peace (Dec. 10, 2017) The four candles on this wreath count down through the season of winter’s dark leading into the light. Advent...
  • By Sandy Boucher
    From Beacon Press
    Beautifully illustrated introduction for Western women to Kwan Yin, the bodhisattva who embodies mercy, modesty, courage, justice and...
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    From Braver/Wiser
    People are in pain all around us, all of the time. How can we be companions to those in pain, and bear witness, so that pain can be...
  • By Sonja L. Cohen
    From UU World

    ‘We need interreligious scholarship that is beyond coexistence and dialogue. That gets to our need for co-resistance.’