NW Dharma News
- New ways to make a difference, as Northwest Dharma opens new doors.
- Financial resources need a boost to keep up with Northwest Dharma Association aspirations.
- One of the region’s largest hospices needs help, especially from Buddhists, to support dying people.
- Innovative retreat explores the “intersection of Black identity, in the context of the Dharma.”
- A Dharma homelessness activist was making such a difference, the City of Seattle funded her.
- Despite divisive times, 100 people honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with silent Dharma peace walk.
Dharma Healing, Arts
- A historic collection of photos shows intimate moments of the Sakya family’s history in Seattle.
- Seattle-area philosophy professor, and a team of others, create unique book on Dogen’s Zen.
- Charles Johnson, one of the region’s leading Dharma writers, speaks about his life, as well as race, art, politics and the Dharma.
- This Dharma collective is making the Buddha’s teachings matter to a new generation.
- A Tibetan lama unfolds the mysteries of Longchenpa, one of Tibet’s greatest masters.
- A Kagyu Center in Portland first launched a three-year retreat…now they bought an urban center.
- Just-retired Buddhist minister Don Castro was a pioneer in environmental thinking.
- After 30 years of sharing the Dharma Rodney Smith retires…on his 70th birthday.
- A small but vibrant Idaho Sangha proves the Dharma can thrive in a red state.
- After a decade of wandering in West Seattle, a Korean Zen group finds a home base for growth.