Magazine | Openings
Matthieu Ricard holds a doctorate in molecular biology from the Institut Pasteur, in Paris. A monk, photographer, and translator, he has lived in the Himalayas for thirty years and now resides at Shechen Monastery, Nepal.
The French Buddhist monk, photographer, and author Matthieu Ricard talks about a Buddhist book that made a significant impact on his practice.
Living Lighter with Less
Matthieu Ricard explains how to let go of attachments and be content with what you have.
Ideas Animals & Pets
A Plea for the Animals
French Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard talks to Tricycle about why we’re due for radical change in how we treat animals.
Bhutan on the Brink
An interview with Dr. Karma Phuntsho, the first Bhutanese to earn a doctorate at Oxford who now works to promote social entrepreneurship among the nation’s youth.
On the eve of the release of his new book, the French monk Matthieu Ricard spoke with Tricycle about science, meditation, and his title as “the happiest man in the world.”
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