I’m a New Yorker. I lived in Fort Greene and had a little sitting group, an offshoot of my main practice home of Village Zendo.
When Being Black came out in 2000, I was chagrined by what I had done.
Zen teacher, activist, and author of Being Black and Radical Dharma Rev. angel Kyodo williams describes how nurturing a sense of inner well-being results in outward action that doesn’t feel like struggle.
Rev. angel helps us understand that we don’t have ‘personal’ experiences because we’re all connected
angel talks about how we can access curiosity, courage and vulnerability in our most difficult moments
An Interview With angel Kyodo Williams Zen teacher, activist, and author of Being Black: Zen and the Art of Living with Fearlessness and Grace angel Kyodo williams says we can […]
The heart that hurts is the very same heart that heals
Anger is capable of pointing us back to love. It arises as a result of an offense to what we love.