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IdeasMagazine | In the News

In the News Fall 1998

One Mind     On June 6, the Great Hill in New York’s Central Park was the site of Tricycle’s Fifth Annual Change Your Mind Day, graciously sponsored this year by the Henry Luce Foundation. On…

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Magazine | Reviews

Mixed Media

Cassette Tapes Your Buddha NatureTeachings on the Ten PerfectionsJack KornfieldSounds True, $59.95 An introductory program of meditations and mindfulness techniques. Therapist and meditation instructor Jack Kornfield draws on an eclectic pool of teachings from various traditions…

By Carol Dysinger

Magazine | Editors View

Are We There Yet?

Recently, I visited New Mexico to join the first Buddhabus Tour. Organized by the Tricycle ExChange, a membership program for our readers, the trip included eighteen adventurers. They started off with a workshop at Naropa Institute…

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Magazine | From The Academy

Top Ten List

The recent spate of interest in Buddhism in magazines (like Time) and on television (like “The Oprah Winfrey Show”) inspired the students in my BS (for Buddhist Studies) 230: Introduction to Buddhism to compile a list…

By Donald S. Lopez Jr.

Magazine | Letters

Letters to the Editor Fall 1998

All Fired Up Regarding the Summer 1998 issue, thank you very much for your elegant presentation of my poem “No” in “Seeing Red: Practicing with Anger” from my chapbook Fuck You, Cancer & Other Poems. But…

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Magazine | Reviews

Books in Brief

The Legend of Queen CamaBodhiramsi’s CamadevivamsaA Translation and CommentaryDonald K. Swearer and Sommai PremchitSUNY Press, $19.95 A Pali chronicle from early fifteenth-century Thailand, translated and contextualized by a Thai-American team of two scholars. The seventh-century Queen…

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