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The New York Times profiles Sensei Koshin Paley Ellison in their Sunday Routine feature.
In this heartfelt piece in Tricycle Magazine, Robert Chodo Campbell relates a powerful caregiving experience.
The Atlantic Magazine features New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care's work on bringing together medicine and spirituality for end-of-life care.
The New York Times details Robert Chodo Campbell's relationship with a dear friend through the dying process.
ENDPAIN interviews Koshin Paley Ellison on his unique path to contemplative practice, politics, and the space for rage in Zen Buddhism.
Poet Mark Doty reflects on loss, grief, and attention in a conversation with Koshin and Chodo in Tricycle Magzine.