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The quick fixes and immediate gratification I think will make me happy never do in the long run, leaving me empty-hearted. Mindfulness digs the truth out from under the excuses and confusion, lighting the way to true satisfaction.

– Joan Duncan Oliver, “Do I Mind?”

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Summer 2019

Tricycle‘s Summer 2019 issue offers a wealth of perspectives on both modern Western Buddhism and modern Western society at large. Media studies scholar Bernhard Pörksen takes a critical look at how new forms of media affect our perceptions of spiritual teachers in “Unmasking the Guru”; creative writing professor Daisy Hernández sheds light on a central Buddhist teaching’s importance amid our culture’s troubling rise in xenophobia; Pure Land minister Jeff Wilson shares a view of global interdependence unique to his tradition; and more.

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Goodnight Metta: A Bedtime Meditation for Kids

Living and Dying: Navigating the Bardos

Everything ends. We know this abstractly but tend to brush it under the rug in our day-to-day lives. But what if we could accept endings with greater ease? What if we could face the future without anxiety and relate to death as an opportunity? Join author and renowned guide Andrew Holecek for a six-part online course that will show you how to live with joy through spiritual preparation for life transitions, death, and beyond.

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The Buddha’s Communication Toolbox

Oren Jay Sofer

Explore the Buddha’s ancient guidelines for right speech with tools to translate those teachings into the fast-paced conversations of a digital world. Insight meditation teacher Oren Jay Sofer shares three foundations of mindful communication to bring your deeper values and intentions into every interaction.

Film Club

Buddhist films and discussion for the Tricycle Community

Defining Hope

In a pioneering New York City hospice, dying patients gain agency over their end-of-life decisions and offer illuminating lessons on what is most important in life.

By Carolyn Jones


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