I read Tricycle from cover to cover and don’t understand ninety percent of what I read; but the ten percent I do understand helps me “deal with life” one day at a time (hopefully with more kindness for others). Perhaps next year I’ll understand twelve percent.
Santa Rosa, California
Food for Thought
As a vegetarian for twenty-five years, I would like to say [in response to “Meat: To Eat it or Not: A Debate on Food and Practice,” Winter 1994] that Buddhism should not be associated directly with vegetarianism. To make vegetarianism a precondition for practicing the dharma is putting the cart before the bullock.
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