• Thich Nhat Hanh eloquently reminds us that to be alive is both a blessing and an honor to uphold.
    —Alan Weisman, author, The World Without Us

  • To the human species, one million years is a very long time, but to the earth and in geological time, one million years is nothing at all; it is only a short period of time. Ultimately, all birth and death are only superficial phenomena. No-birth and no-death are the true nature of all things. This is the teaching of the Middle Way in Buddhism.