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Magazine | Column

The Poisoned Cup

Our greed for consumption is causing ecological and social harm. Can the Buddha's teachings help us change course?

By Andrew Olendzki

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CultureMagazine | Feature

The Art That Opens

The creations of culture are far more than high-status objects—they connect us with otherwise inaccessible worlds that reach across individual time and place.

By Douglas Penick

A forest at twilight for story about the end of suffering

TeachingsMagazine | Dharma Talk

The End of Suffering

In his new book, Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to Awakening, Joseph Goldstein discusses the ultimate freedom our practice is meant to bring about.

By Joseph Goldstein | Photographs by Caitlin Strom


More is Always on the Way

I was on the bus to work the other day, when a taxi passed by bearing the slogan: ‘More is always on the way’. It turned out to be an advert for holidays to Turkey. More…

By Nagapriya

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