In the past, we’ve featured the opinions and views of diverse teachers on important topics: Thich Nhat Hanh, the Dalai Lama, Alexander Berzin, Ribur Rinpoche, Lama Japa Thaye, Zasep Tulku Rinpoche, Venerable Choje Lama Phunstock, Gelek Rinpoche, and many others. Do you have a topic or teacher you’d like to propose we cover? Please use the contact form below.
Propose a topic for Buddha Weekly’s ongoing series, “What the Teachers Say”. In this popular series, we choose one topic — such as sentience of animals, death and dying, or what happens when you break commitments to a teacher. We then seek opinions/ quotes/ views of at least five Buddhist teachers.
Past, very popular topics included (click to view):
- Animal Rights: All Non-Human Beings are Conscious Beings: What Do the Teachers Say About Non-Human Compassion>>
- Practice Overload and Too Many Commitments: What the Teachers Say>>
- Death an Dying: Learning How to Die and Why Meditation on Death May Bring Joy to Life: What the Teachers Say about End-of-Life, Dying and Palliative Care>>
- Rebirth and Karma: What the Teachers Say About Picking and Choosing Beliefs Such as Rebirth and Karma>>
- Emptiness: What the Teachers Say About Emptiness: How Deep is the Rabbit Hole?>>
Soon to come are topics such as:
- Being Lay and Gay: What the Teachers Say About the Layperson Who is Gay
- 5 Ways Vegetarianism Can Save the World: What the Teachers Say About Veganism
- Internet Dharma: Does Dharma by Internet Contribute or Confuse: What the Teachers Say
- Giving Back Commitments: What the Teachers Say.
Do you have a great topic you’d like us to feature? Do you have a teacher with a view on an important topic? Please consider using our submission form to suggest your topic or teacher: