What Would Sid Do?
In his regular column for the Huffington Post, Lodro Rinzler tackles thorny issues facing meditators in the modern world. With wit and aplomb, he addresses real-life questions — sent to him by Huffington Post readers — and contemplates “What would Sid do?” Sid is his fictionalized everyman on the Buddhist path, nicknamed after Buddhism’s iron-age founder, Siddhartha Gautama.
This week, Lodro’s column applies the Shambhala teachings on the Six Ways of Ruling to the workplace: “Buddhism in the Workplace: What Should I do if my Boss is a Bully?” In answer, Lodro states, “If we continue to remain gentle in the face of aggression, it can have a transformative effect on not only our employers but our whole office situation.” Read more on the Huffington Post.
Lodro Rinzler is Development Officer for Shambhala International as well as a writer and teacher in the Shambhala community who lives in New York City.