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The most wrenching fear that one experiences is the fear one feels for others. Love is like that. When one loves, one fears for the other.

– Dharmavidya David Brazier, “The Gift of Fear”

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Snakes. Flying. Disease. Dogs. You name it—someone fears it. The special section in Tricycle’s latest issue features Buddhists who weigh in on living despite and amidst our anxieties. Dharma Punx guiding teacher Josh Korda describes how to meet terror with tenderness in “A Safe Container for Fear”; creative writing professor Daisy Hernández discusses her mother’s once undocumented status and the worry that kept her from writing about it earlier in “Learning to Speak the Truth”; and Buddhist nun Marcela Clavijo explains “What Green Tara Can Teach Us about Fear.” (Spoiler: She’ll show you how to recognize and overcome it.)

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The third volume of Tricycle Teachings: Meditation offers a selection of the clearest and most helpful meditation instructions from Pema Chödrön, Joseph Goldstein, Sharon Salzberg, and many others. The guidance of these master meditators will help you start or reinvigorate a daily meditation practice.

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What are the costs of economic progress? Behemoth travels through Inner Mongolia to show the answer in unflinching detail: hillsides blasted for mining; the blistered hands and diseased lungs of the miners forced to do this work to survive. Following the trajectory of Dante’s Divine Comedy, the film reveals the stunning, and ruinous, effects of unbridled greed on a nation’s land and people.

Directed by Zhao Liang

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We all know that life is full of suffering. The historical Buddha knew that, too, which is why in his very first teaching he offered a roadmap to navigate this suffering. Join teachers Stephen Batchelor, Christina Feldman, John Peacock, and Akincano Weber of Bodhi College in our newest online course—an innovative exploration of the Buddha's earliest teachings—and discover how their ancient wisdom can lead to a freer way of being in our modern world.

With Stephen Batchelor, Christina Feldman, John Peacock, and Akincano Weber
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