Racism, Sexism & Discrimination Based on Orientation
An individual's skin color, gender or bedroom preference is irrelevant to a Buddhist. Rather, Buddhists strive to treat everyone with consideration and respect because each person possesses a “Buddha nature"—the innate potential to be enlightened. Valuing others, or even ourselves, based on external features or lifestyles choices indicates an attachment to what Buddhism calls a “lesser self.” Sorry: Plastic surgery won’t make you happy—developing the courage to be tolerant of yourself and others will.
Is Over The Top Worship An OxymoronHave we idolized emotionalism in the church or are we simply judging others?
Rare Bird: A Memoir of Love and LossWhat happens when your child goes outside to play and they never come back?
6 Things Christians Don’t Say EnoughWords are powerful. Christians have an opportunity to touch people’s hearts...
David, King of Israel and Caleb in Biblical MemoryOf all the Bible’s personalities, David is the most profoundly human. But what...