"The day when it will be possible for the woman to love in her strength and not in her weakness, not to escape from herself but to find herself, not out of resignation but to affirm herself, love will become for her as for man the source of life and not a mortal danger. For … Continue reading Love

Discovering Socially Engaged Buddhism in Thailand

"How can we use Buddhist values to create a better society?" This is the central question posed by the International Network of Engaged Buddhists, and it was the question framing a two-week training on Socially Engaged Buddhism that I and eight other Princeton students were fortunate to participate in this summer. Socially Engaged Buddhism teaches … Continue reading Discovering Socially Engaged Buddhism in Thailand