Rev. angel Kyodo Williams plans to enter the New Year by reflecting on the last. In this video, she shares how can set the intention to show up/Should we care for people, should we not care for people? And I think spending some time — and I mean a good amount of time — a day of silence a day of you know, at a minimum, a day in which we just turn off the news, turn off the incoming and take a kind of inventory of where we see ourselves and what have been the things that have caused upheaval for us, and where have we found ourselves out of alignment with our values.
Krista Tippett, host: angel Kyodo Williams is one of our wisest voices on … And for those of us who are not monastics, she says, the world is our field of practice. … And what is dying, I think, is the willingness to be in denial.
“Unlearning the ways of the system means routing out the domination, aggression, and violence we have internalized into our own lives, which are dulling our minds and stopping our ears.”
Rev. Angel Kyodo Williams is a writer, activist, ordained Zen priest and the author of Being Black: Zen and the Art of Living with Fearlessness and Grace, published by Viking Press in 2000, and the co-author of Radical Dharma: Talking Race, Love, and Liberation
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Once called “the most intriguing African-American Buddhist” by Library Journal, and “one of our wisest voices on social evolution” by Krista Tippett, Rev. angel …
WARRIOR–SPIRIT PRAYER OF AWAKENING Signature chant and song of … to the events of September 11, 2001, by angel Kyodo Williams.
This week on, Metta Hour, Sharon has a conversation with Rev Angel Kyodo Williams about political activism and spiritual practice. What is the interplay …
Join guest Rev. angel Kyodo Williams and laura as they discuss making love and justice. Rev. angel is a Zen priest, educator, and activist who ignites long …
Real Love Podcast Series, Sharon has a candid conversation with author Robert Wright and Reverend angel Kyodo Williams around Buddhism, love, and politics. Recorded live in NYC at Union Theological Seminary, Sharon, Robert and Rev. angel discuss how we can harness meditative practice and the principles of Buddhism to more effectively engage in political arenas ranging from social justice to foreign policy.