In the wake of vandalism and assaults, religious leaders draw on their own history, as well as alliances with other denominations
Two European Jewish refugees helped remake the landscape of the possible through their friendship: One was the first prime minister of Israel, and the other was a Buddhist monk
How I came to an intellectual and spiritual connection with Swami Chidananda Saraswati
How a group of Jews turned a Buddhist spiritual practice into a distinctly American phenomenon—and a multi-billion-dollar industry
I thought I’d left Judaism behind during my spiritual retreat in India. Think again.
A new American portrait emerges
This week’s parasha—a careful account of the ritualistic sacrifice of animals—has much to teach us about animals, compassion, forgiveness, and Michael Vick
Are Hasidism and Zen Buddhism kindred movements?
Rodger Kamenetz’s latest spiritual trip is into the subconscious
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