Category: Spring/Summer 2022

Simple Living & High Thinking

A professor of religion and ethics discovers the spirituality of spinning cotton khadi while living among the sisters of the Brahma Vidya Mandir ashram. By Swasti Bhattacharyya

The Climate of Grief

How might grieving, as a form of love and remembering, shape our responses to a changing planet? Terry Tempest Williams with Victoria Chang

Connection

How might grieving, as a form of love and remembering, shape our responses to a changing planet? Terry Tempest Williams with Victoria Chang

Three Poems by Corrado Govoni

“It’s Raining,” “The Noon Bells,” and “The Sick and the Sea” by Corrado Govoni, translated by Paula Bohince

The Karma of a Nation

An eastward journey of Japanese American Buddhism helps us to reimagine the story of American identity and confront legacies of anti-Asian violence. By Duncan Ryūken Williams

Dune, or the Order of Time

Convergences of messianism, religion, and politics in Frank Herbert’s Dune and Dune Messiah resonate with his time and our own. By Charles M. Stang

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