In this conversation with Rev. Micheal-Ray Matthews, Rev. angel Kyodo Williams described love as the spaces and places where we are enabled and empowered to be free. Dr. Martin Luther King describes power as love implementing the demands of justice, and justice at its best is power correcting everything that stands against love.
When Being Black came out in 2000, I was chagrined by what I had done. Being Black author angel Kyodo Williams speaks about the evolution of diversity in American Buddhism and her work to promote inclusivity in Buddhism across communities
The retreat teachers will be guiding Wisdom Rising participants through a curriculum that is based on the embodiment of feminine wisdom in body, speech, mind, and society.
Atonement transcription of a talk given by Rev. angel Kyodo Williams given January 2007 This was first published in the January 2010 issue of transform. All separation ever committed by me On account of my beginningless greed, anger, and ignorance, Born of my body, speech, and mind, Now I atone for it all Let’s talk about that [the Verse of Atonement] just a little bit: “All separation ever committed by me on account of my beginningless—beginningless—greed, anger, and ignorance.”