The Art of Catching a Breath: On Buddhism and Politics
“Revisiting Buddhism in this changed world is like a balm for my wounds.”
This is real. It happened. There is nothing to be done.
What the Buddha Taught.
Sayings of the BuddhaThe Heart of the Buddha’s Teaching: Transforming Suffering into Peace, Joy, and Liberation
"Elis Aaron (they/them) is an androgyne writer, editor, and activist. They have written copy, essays, narrative nonfiction, and journalism for online and print publications, and worked in communications at UMass Boston. They are a member of and social media assistant at the Horror Writers Association. They are working on two horror novels -a modern Gothic-by-the-sea and a queer, feminist serial killer thriller- and many pieces about psychology and horror. They are also affiliated with NAMI Massachusetts.
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