Tag Archives: Martin Luther King Jr.

Kwan Yin’s Mudra: What Our Country Needs Now

Kwan Yin

    In our garden is a statue of Kwan Yin, the feminine Buddhist embodiment of compassion and love-kindness. Her hands form a mudra, a spiritually-symbolic gesture. It is this gesture that hints at how we can have an appropriate, sustained … Continue reading

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W.W.M.L.K.D.?

MLK Book

What would Martin Luther King do? (W.W.M.L.K.D.) That is the question many are addressing this week as we commemorate his birth. Disparate interest groups are claiming that, were he alive today, he would support their cause. The most outlandish claim … Continue reading

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