Have come across more very interesting blogs on personal Buddhist practices. So here’s an additional listing.
Also have separated out the blogs that belong to teachers, priests and monks in the blogroll along the right side here.
Zen – The Possible Way Markus “Uku” Laitinen gives us his perspective from Finland
Water Dissolves Water A 50-something practitioner reflects on life and practice
Homeless Tom Tom is currently dealing with a difficult life situation and blogging his experience from a Buddhist viewpoint
Diary of a Bad Buddhist Amusing, intelligent and self-insightful commentary from a woman in academia.
Notes in Samsara Politics, Culture, American Buddhism, Economics, and Technology is the subtitle with sharp and insightful commentary on each
Reality, anyone? Roman from the Czech Republic give us his perspective on Zen Buddhism
Slow Zen: Asura Dharma Jordan, a self-described Buddhist Zealot reflects on tea, flutes and all things Buddhist
One Bright Pearl Discussion of Shobogenzo, Dogen and related matters from a practitioner
Teacher, Monk and Priest Blogs
Monkey Mind James Ishmael Ford is a Unitarian Universalist minister and Soto Zen priest who provides an interesting perspective on his spiritual life and daily life in the world
The Stupid Way Peter is a Zen Buddhist priest and translator living in Japan
Rev. Danny Fisher Both news and personal commentary by a Buddhist chaplain
the leaf Jundo Cohen offers daily Internet-assisted Zazen sits on his blog as well as commentary
Wild Fox Zen Dosho Port writes great articles relating the contemporary times to traditional Zen Buddhism. Also offers learning resources.
Buddhist Military Sangha Buddhism in the military including challenges and chaplaincy
Flapping Mouths Group of Buddhists including teachers discuss issues
Dharma Crumbs Buddhist related matters from a group. Includes great modern poetry and stories.
unseen dharamsala A group of Tibetan refugees including monks discuss their lives in exile in India. They give wonderful photos and personal biographies. There are also links to each of their individual blogs and stories told through their photographs. This project was sponsored by a non-profit arts group.