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IdeasMagazine | Feature

The World Without Us

Environmental journalist Alan Weisman’s best seller The World Without Us has refreshed and rekindled ecological debates. Here he speaks with contributing editor Clark Strand about global warming, population control, and what the world might look like…

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Magazine | Editors View

Striking a Balance

Since its inception, Tricycle’s mission has been to make Buddhist teachings and practices available without expressing a bias for any particular teacher or community. From the outset, this has presented a challenge. As I wrote in…

By James Shaheen

Magazine | Contributors

Contributors Winter 2007

RJ ESKOW was drawn into the fractious world of blogging after the 2004 presidential election. He recounts some of his escapades on the political front in “Above the Fray.” “The burnout rate for politically involved people…

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CultureMagazine | Afterword

No Sorrow, No Dust

Untitled, Buddha, Mihintale, Sri Lanka, Rena Bass Forman An exhibition of Rena Bass Forman’s Sri Lanka photographs will be at the Bonni Benrubi Gallery in New York City from Nov. 29 through Jan. 26, 2008. Comprehending…

By Thanissaro Bhikkhu

Magazine | Reviews

Books in Brief

  Handful of Leaves, Volume 5 by Thanissaro Bhikkhu The Sati Center for Buddhist Studies, 2007 419 pp.; free (paper) Not many things in life are free, but the Buddha’s teachings are, thanks to Thanissaro Bhikkhu’s…

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