There are so many great blogs about Buddhism out there that I have to mention some more. Have made a separate Links Directory page here that lists all that appear in these posts of mention.
Ecological Buddhism Blog-on ecology and sustainability from the Buddhist perspective
Advice From Abushri-a self-described meditator discusses the politics of compassion
American Buddhist Perspective-One of a number of blogs by Justin Whitaker who is a prolific and interesting writer
Breathe-Zen student’s notes with some nice photos
Buddhist in Nebraska-midwestern Buddhist college student
Buddhist Ethics-Justin Whitaker’s blog that accompanies his PhD studies in Buddhist Ethics
Dharma Cake :: Human Thoughts for Human Times-Buddhism and the things of life
Dharmayogi’s Blog-a chronicle of meditation practice
Dharma Brother Pete-10 year practitioner who also has interest in yoga
Full Contact Enlightenment-giving some news, reviews and personal commentary on practice
He Not Busy Being Born Is Busy Dying-fellow in recovery writing on his journey
lotusinthemud– Pure Land Buddhist Sujatin’s writings. Includes a lot of information and links to the Amida Trust and Amida community and announcements of events.
No Blood for Hubris-a no-holds-barred card-carrying Buddhist with a feminist political stance. One of my favorites for outspoken kick ass-ed-ness.
peaceful turmoil-a guy sharing his thoughts
Progressive Pure Land Buddhism-new blog from a practitioner in Singapore
sonofmiizii-writing with a mix of punk, Buddhism, Native American culture and skateboarding
The Zennist-one of my favorite blogs. Don’t really know if this person is a student or teacher but since they don’t state they are a teacher I am assuming student.
A Monk Amok-this teacher has ordained as a Tibetan teacher and Bikkhu. His synchretic approach is one I especially appreciate
Bhikkhu’s Blog-Theraveda monk’s insightful and intelligent blog. The analysis of current economic issues is really interesting
DhammaBum-site is named “a raft” and is by a Buddhist monk, Ashin Sopaka, in Myanmar
joan halifax’s Blog -not updated for some time perhaps due to her injury’s healing time but an interesting perspective
Making Monks-a newly ordained Shingon Buddhist keen to cultivate Buddhism everywhere
Ox Herding-a Bodhisattva Teacher in the lineage of Zen Master Seung Sahn
The Wheel of Dharma-chaplain in training. Facilitator for Queer Sangha in New York
Zen Mirror-Zen teacher’s blog with commentary and fine poetry
There are about this many more links I have collected over the past few months but that’s too much for one post so I’ll do another for those as well. Plenty to enjoy and digest here.