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All things already have their endings within them. If we become attuned to this, then we can appreciate the moment. We can appreciate the extraordinary fact of our unique and precious lives.

– Thanissara, “The Grit That Becomes a Pearl”

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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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Joan Jiko Halifax Roshi, author, Zen Buddhist priest, and abbot of Upaya Zen Center in Santa Fe talks about what Buddhist book has made a significant impact on her practice.

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Lama Elizabeth Monson

Pilgrimage is often thought of as a transformative journey to a far away place with trials and tribulations along the way, but this doesn’t always have to be the case. Learn how Himalayan Buddhist ways of relating to sacred spaces can inform a sense of pilgrimage grounded in the routines of our everyday lives.

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The Sweet Requiem

Dolkar, a 26-year-old refugee from Tibet, leads an enjoyable, promising life as an independent woman in Delhi. But when she encounters a man from her past, long-suppressed memories of childhood escape from her native country put her on a newfound quest for meaning.

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