I’m honored to share with you an article published this week on Tricycle: The Buddhist Review – How Can Buddhist Sanghas Respond to the Overturn of Roe v. Wade?
As we collectively grieve, respond, and organize following the overturn of Roe v. Wade, those of us who are members of a Buddhist community (sangha), must acknowledge that more than half of the people in our community are currently faced with a deep and painful spiritual question:
How do we navigate our relationship to faith, to community, and to ourselves when we are living in a society that no longer deems us worthy of bodily autonomy?
As we grapple with the spiritual, medical, legal, and psychological impacts of this ruling, it’s important to remember that we still have a choice: to be there for each other. Click here to read the full article.