Jason Stern reflects on when his mother first introduced him to meditation, more accurately, the practice of "Gurdjieff".
"Indian Impressions for Amerika"
Jason Stern's impressions after a recent trip to India.
Jason Stern chooses to be kind in the new year.
Jason Stern, writing in honor of the life of singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen (1934-2016).
Jason Stern on unconditional love and the self.
Jason Stern on The Election season.
Jason Stern on the notion of"staying in line" and the values it ensues in our children.
Jason Stern reflects upon a moment of clarity: a political conversation with his son.
Jason Stern remarks upon real and subjective events in terms of conciseness.
Once when I was a child I was stricken with fever. It must have been before they invented oral thermometers because the frequent rectal ordeal—truly unpleasant in my weakened state—gave a steady reading of 104 degrees.
When we conceived Chronogram 24 years ago, we had a clear intention: The magazine was to be an example, or paradigm, of the creative work and the community brought to light within its fold.
Jason Stern reflects on his decision to give up criticism for Lent.
Jason Stern shares insights from teaching a children's meditation class.
Jason Stern writes about a brief encounter with profound wisdom at the post office.
Jason Stern attends a performance of Dzieci Theater's “Fool’s Mass” at the Old Dutch Church in Kingston.
Jason Stern survives a run-in with the police.