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Magazine | Letters

Letters To The Editor Spring 2005

Remember Your RootsI found the interview with Joseph Goldstein, Jack Kornfield, and Sharon Salzberg [“Through Good Times and Bad,” Winter 2004] thoughtful and interesting, but also somewhat disappointing. It’s curious and disconcerting that these three prominent…

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Magazine | Editors View

Strong Medicine

“People lying in bed ill are lucky because they have the opportunity to do nothing but contemplate stress and pain … and let go of pain.” Not exactly copy that sells. But in “Tough Teachings to…

By James Shaheen

Magazine | Reviews

Books in Brief Spring 2005

  Song of Mind: Wisdom from the Zen Classic Xin MingSheng YenBoston: ShambhalaPublications, 2004214 pp.; $16.95 (paper) Ch’an master Sheng Yeng takes a practical approach to unlocking the meaning of the classic seventh-century Ch’an poem Xing…

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Magazine | Contributors

Contributors Spring 2005

Robert Beer’s article on the history of thangka painting appears here. He states: “So many people have told me how they were initially drawn to the Buddhist teachings through the iconic beauty and mystery of its…

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