Starting & sustaining secular Buddhist groups and sanghas
The Vietnamese Zen Buddhist teacher Thich Nhat Hanh once said that ‘the next Buddha will be a sangha’. Secular Buddhists believe that creating and sustaining democratic sanghas – communities of practitioners – is crucial not just for individual transformation but to promoting an egalitarian culture of awakening in which all beings can flourish.
On this page, you will find recommended reading to introduce and explore the subject, and more articles written by a number of writers that will help you to dig deeper.
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