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- Thich Nhat Hanh's teachings on handling strong emotions
- Diverse views on mindful activism
- Mindfulness-based intentional communities
- An inside look at a new book by Thich Nhat Hanh and Katherine Weare – Happy Teachers Change the World: A Guide for Cultivating Mindfulness in Education
- Caring for the Forest That Cares for Us by Victoria Rosas Peribán talks about Wake Up and the Forest of Interbeing
- Filling the Lake by Brother Phap Luu, sharing about the book Happy Teachers Change the World
- an excerpt from Letter to a Young Teacher by Thich Nhat Hanh
- Tree in a Storm practice with teaching notes
- Thich Nhat Hanh teaches about nirvana – "the extinction of all the categories that you try to put everything in" – and how we can extinguish our confusion, worries, and anxieties and step into freedom.
- Bhikkhu Bodhi talks about the role of mindfulness in social activism and in challenging injustice.
- Cheri Maples shares about her experience of being a police officer, how mindfulness changed her work, and ways to increase compassion in the criminal justice system.
- Sister Annabel Laity offers a teaching on the Three Dharma Seals – impermanence, no self, and nirvana – and gives real-life examples to help us grasp the concepts.
- Long-term practitioners give insights from their joyful encounters with Thay in Plum Village in 2016.
- Two teens write about their moments of transformation at retreats.