In this video, Rev. angel Kyodo williams shares how we can set the intention to show up for ourselves and the world
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angel Kyodo williams is an American writer, ordained Zen priest, and the author of Being Black: Zen and the Art of Living with Fearlessness and Grace, published by Viking Press in 2000.
ANGEL KYODO WILLIAMS is an author, activist, founder of the Center for Transformative Change, and one of three black women Zen “Senseis” or teachers.
What do we need to do to make a global shift? angel Kyodo williams addresses how separation and individualism is no longer a viable option and how the current global crisis creates an opportunity for shift to happen.
Poverty is a powerful stressor that influences growth and development in children, and physical and mental health throughout adulthood. What does neuroscience tell us about poverty’s impact? How can we better use social capital and other tools to prevent or reverse the effects?
Social capital “is the network and scaffolding, seen and unseen, that allows determined individuals to succeed,” writes the Aspen Institute’s Raj Vinnakota.
The most intriguing african american buddhist Rev. angel Kyodo williams talks about social change.
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Rev. angel Kyodo williams speaks about focusing on yourself, she teaches about the small things we should be paying attention to.
Zen teacher and social activist, angel Kyodo williams, reminds us that societies can change on a massive scale. At one time, slavery was considered an economic necessity, but new ways were found because society could no longer bear it. Angel asks, can today's society reject individualism on that scale?