Acting out of love: In memory of Thich Nhat Hanh

Thích Nhất Hạnh, whom his followers simply call Thay (teacher), died in his native Vietnam in late January 2022 at the age of 95. Our compassion goes out to all the people who mourn him and love him. His presence lives on in the lives he touched with his teachings. Our author Marek Zink interviewed Matthias Grümayer for you, who studied comparative religion. He is a Thay disciple, a member of the Order of Interbeing, thus practicing in the Plum Village Tradition.

Writing Relations: The Slow Communication Experiment

In a fast and ever-changing environment where we get up, work, fulfill our daily duties and are constantly busy with something, we sometimes lose connection. The connection to ourselves but also to others. In a world that is getting more virtual and volatile, slowing down to make space and time to focus, re-connect, and invest in relationships is challenging. Amidst this situation, Hadeer decided to start the Slow Communication Experiment.

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Writing Relations: The Slow Communication Experiment

In a fast and ever-changing environment where we get up, work, fulfill our daily duties and are constantly busy with something, we sometimes lose connection. The connection to ourselves but also to others. In a world that is getting more virtual and volatile, slowing down to make space and time to focus, re-connect, and invest in relationships is challenging. Amidst this situation, Hadeer decided to start the Slow Communication Experiment.

Peace Thinker

Acting out of love: In memory of Thich Nhat Hanh

Thích Nhất Hạnh, whom his followers simply call Thay (teacher), died in his native Vietnam in late January 2022 at the age of 95. Our compassion goes out to all the people who mourn him and love him. His presence lives on in the lives he touched with his teachings. Our author Marek Zink interviewed Matthias Grümayer for you, who studied comparative religion. He is a Thay disciple, a member of the Order of Interbeing, thus practicing in the Plum Village Tradition.

Innsbruck School of Peace Studies

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