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Magazine | Reviews

Books In Brief Spring 2000

NAGARJUNA’S“SEVENTY STANZAS”A Buddhist Psychology of EmptinessDavid Ross KomitoSnow Lion Publications, $16.95 According to legend, Nagarjuna, an Indian scholar in the second century C.E., was taken to the underwater kingdom of the nagas to read the Buddha’s…

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Magazine | Reviews

The Cup

The CupDirected by Khyentse NorbuFineline Features94 minutes, Rated G Soccer, rather than the search for enlightenment, is the obsession among the sweet-faced young monks at the heart of The Cup, a new movie written and directed…

By Dimitri Ehrlich

IdeasMagazine | Travel

Ruminations on a Road

Mustang, Nepal, has been a trading route and Buddhist pilgrimage site for centuries. Although remote, Mustang is far from provincial. Thakali, an ethnic clan from Lower Mustang, make their homes around the globe, and many Loba,…

By Sienna Craig

Magazine | In the News

In the News Spring 2000

LANDED On January 5, His Holiness the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa, the 14-year-old head of the Kagyu order, having left Tibet under the cloak of darkness, arrived safely in Dharamsala, India, seat of the Tibetan government-in-exile. Although…

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Magazine | Letters

Letters Spring 2000

Charles Johnson’s Dharma Light I appreciate “A Sangha by Another Name” by Charles Johnson. Like other African-Americans, my sense of social justice was honed in the Christian church. Now, I am also drawn by Buddhist practices…

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Magazine | Editors View

Yawn 2K

The anticipation and subsequent nonevent of Y2K reminds me of a favorite childhood book, The Camel Who Took a Walk, a story about what happens when nothing happens: A beautiful camel goes for a dawn stroll;…

By Helen Tworkov