Selected Works

It’s interesting to walk through the graveyards of towns, and see that for the first few years after a person dies there may be a head stone, maybe someone remembers, but after twenty, thirty, or forty years, they could bulldoze the graves because the land is so valuable and plant somebody else in there. So even your head stone just crumbles to dust. All record of you living here is gone, because no one remembers who you were or what you did. Isn’t that beautiful? So why not do that right now? Bulldoze this idea of who you are

A defense of abortion and IVF rights from the Buddhist perspective.

Ajahn Brahm gives a talk on how to achieve harmony in real life, where we all-too-often meet difficult people.

Ajahn Brahm discusses the Buddha’s qualities and tells some stories from his time as a monk in Thailand.

Ajahn Brahm tells us all the secrets of life: from how to find a partner to getting what you really want.