I take integrity very seriously. This is partly as a practical matter for collaboration, and partly as a spiritual practice.
I know many people who wish they were writing more, or putting out content of different kinds more frequently as a way to further their career, make connections, or serve the world. I believe the ideas that I share here could help you have a larger, deeper impact through your creative work.
Religious traditions that last for centuries and millennia tend to have dedicated scholars, who study, write, and preserve texts that support their larger purpose and work.
What you do matters.
Spirituality is about ordinary life and can be understood in terms of its fundamentals: perception and behavior.
This post is the first in a series of posts that aspires to articulate the spiritual path in a simple, accessible, and useful way.
Pilgrimage has come to be a very important spiritual practice for me, one that complements my meditation practice and brings me great joy. I treasure the opportunity and privilege to go on pilgrimage.
In this post, I’ll share what several possibilities of a monastic career path might look like.
Last summer, the Monastic Academy hosted two retreats designed for college students. We did this in partnership with Dharma Gates, a non-profit co-founded by MAPLE alumni Miles Bukiet.
You’ve probably heard of the Buddha. You’ve probably heard of Jesus. But have you heard of Peace Pilgrim?