Would like to bring to your attention the work of another group of fine bloggers on Buddhist topics. Am including blogs with a somewhat scholarly focus as well since quite a bit of the information in them is relevant to Buddhist practice in terms of interpretation. So I guess the term practice here has evolved to include personal religious practice and personal scholarly practice towards understanding of Dharma.
C4Chaos-(hyper)streaming with passion and compassion is the subtitle of this eclectic blog
Clarity’s blog– -Wisdom and confusion of a Slovenian Shambhala Buddhist is the subtitle to this interesting blog
deathpower- scholar Eric W. Davis discusses life and death and Buddhist issues related to Cambodia and the world.
dhammarati-Friends of the Western Buddhist Order member. Interesting charts and information
dharma::vision by Amadeus-extensive blog site with great links
Dharmanomics-posts related to Economics from a Buddhist perspective
Earthling Blues– Bill is trying practicing “the Quaker way of life in the context of Buddhist philosophy and meditation.” which makes for an interesting combination.
The Interdependent – translator and scholar Adam Pearcey maintains an informational blog on Tibetan Buddhism
The Irreverent Buddhist – “Writing from a Buddhist perspective on subjects from the deeply personal to the thoroughly political” by Matthew
the laid.back buddhist– Joanne shares her journey
Mountain Practice- Tendai practitioner in the beautiful mountains of the Adirondacks.
My Zen Experience– Taru Sharma shares her views on Zen practice
NOT2WO | A Blog About Not Knowing– Alice from NYC writes sparkling posts on her life and practice
On Trying to be Buddhist -“As those of us who are part of the first generations of dharma students in this country reach old age…” is a quote from the post of March 7,2007. – a retired person’s view of a long practice. Connected to other very interesting blogs and articles by the same author.
Republic of T. – Black, Gay, Father, Vegetarian, Buddhist, Liberal is the subtitle T. chooses to use on his blog
Shin Ugly Blog– Paul takes us with him on his Shin Buddhist path
Solitary Retreat-multi-talented woman on her journey
there is no path-Peter Renner blogs from the beautiful Galiano Island off the coast of British Columbia Canada
Walk the Path-young Vipassana practitioner from Sweden shares his thoughts
Why Zen? – Derek Ayre practices Zen and poses the question.
Your difficulties are not obstacles on the spiritual path, they are the path.– a psychotherapist maintains this artistic and interesting blog. Great photos and presentation. This author formerly ran a blog called samsara asylum which has now been closed.
Zen Pizza- Tammy posts on diverse topics
Teachers, Monks and Nuns
parami-woman who teaches with FWBO
Sati Saraniya– though this blog is no longer kept up it gives a view of a Buddhist nun who took up life as a solitary mendicant. One can learn about the monastic, and mendicant life from this interesting series of posts.
Suvarnaprabha-woman instructor with FWBO