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To give unselfishly is at least momentarily to be free of ourselves, free of greed and attachments, resentments and hatreds, habitual and isolating acts of self-protection.

– Dale S. Wright, “The Bodhisattva’s Gift”

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In the Summer 2018 issue, Buddhist teachers and writers explain how cultivating bodhicitta—the deep wish to awaken for the sake of all beings—can help us live generously and with grace. This issue also includes the voices of Buddhist women weighing in on the #MeToo movement, including Tibetan Buddhist teacher Lama Tsultrim Allione’s “Nasty Woman Meditation” practice, which can help us tap into the feminine power we all possess.

Plus, learn how mindfulness practice supports conscious decision-making, and be inspired by bilateral above-the-knee amputee Hari Budha Magar, who lost his legs to a wartime bomb but still plans to summit Mount Everest next spring.

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By the Time It Gets Dark

By the Time It Gets Dark

In October 1976, thousands of student activists at Thammasat University in Bangkok were attacked by Thai state forces while protesting the return of a former military dictator. By the Time It Gets Dark examines this brutal incident by mixing flashbacks, interviews with former demonstrators, and restaged events. The narrative breaks down as the film progresses, presenting a fragmented, multilayered story that underscores the capricious nature of memory.

Directed by Anocha Suwichakornpong


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