Tag: Buddhism

Everywhere You Go, There You Are

  Everywhere You Go, There You Are A decade ago my mind was in a very dark place.  In this darkness I looked for the light, even the tiniest little bit of hope that my suffering had an ending and perhaps a meaning. I… Continue Reading “Everywhere You Go, There You Are”

On Faith and Fallacy: My Journey Out Of Christianity

Some ten years ago, at a time when my mind was still clouded with fantasy, I had the belief that only through faith could moral, ethical, and compassionate behavior be made manifest. That quintessentially, only through religion could we ever become better human beings.… Continue Reading “On Faith and Fallacy: My Journey Out Of Christianity”

Thích Nhất Hạnh

Photo credit: Kelvin Cheuk Lotus in a Sea of Fire:Honoring Thích Nhất Hạnh Thích Nhất Hạnh, pronounced Tik-N’yat-Hawn, was a Vietnamese monk of the Zen tradition, part of the Mahayana branch of Buddhism. The first word in his name, Thích, is actually a title… Continue Reading “Thích Nhất Hạnh”