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Boundless joy, not to be mistaken for frenzied exultation, is delight in others’ happiness. It banishes jealousy and stabilizes our capacity for engagement.

– Anne C. Klein, “The Four Immeasurables”

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Winter 2019

Tricycle’s Winter 2019 issue brings together Buddhist viewpoints and stories from around the world. Yuko Wakayama Yamada, vice abbess of a Soto Zen monastery in Tokyo, writes about converting from Catholicism to Zen; Insight Meditation teacher Joseph Goldstein explains why getting what we crave will not lead to happiness; and writer Hawa Allan reviews Grace Will Lead Us Home—Jennifer Berry Hawes’s book about the aftermath of the 2015 Emanuel AME Church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina—from a Buddhist perspective. What’s more, the Australia-based Tibetan Buddhist teacher Khentrul Rinpoche offers a practice on getting along with people who hold different views from our own—just in time for the holidays.

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