Lama Tsomo is a Tibetan Buddhist lama, a former homesteader, and an heiress to a family fortune who lives a quiet life in the mountains of Montana. Now she is beginning to teach the practices and insights gained through years of solitary retreats and study.
As India honors the first anniversary of the Delhi gang rape that rocked the nation, YES! talks with Sister Lucy Kurien—whose life was changed forever when she saw a young woman set on fire.
This mandala-esque poster is a happy self-care tool, and can also be adapted to classroom use.
A moving sampling of participants’ reflections from the first two days of the Gratitude Challenge.
How has the experience of seeing our planet from outer space changed the way we think about it?
What calls high school English teacher Aletha Fields to teach each and every day? Her faith, her commitment to take care of herself, and the love and appreciation from her students. This is Aletha’s story.
When Dr. Prabhjot Singh was attacked by a group of young men who believed he was a Muslim, he responded by advocating love and compassion.
Nathan Schneider’s “God In Proof” explores the history of the search for existence of God, from the Greek philosophers to today’s New Atheists.
The good news is that you don't have to live in a convent to do the things that keep these nuns healthy and happy.
Photographer Jane Feldman on earning the trust of beloved world leaders—and capturing their laughter.
Armstrong believes that we can find the wisdom we need by looking to the origins of today’s world religions.
The Indian leader saw nonviolence as an active and powerful thing—not just the absence of war.
Modern westerners often see indigenous people as weird or exotic. A look at history shows why they’re not the strange ones.
Pastor Jim Wallis has been arrested for protesting the Keystone XL pipeline, builds bridges between polarized politicians, and pushes Christians to worry less about gay marriage and more about justice. And even better—there’s a whole new generation following his lead.