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Compassion is More Responsive Than Anger

The June Tricycle Book Club discussion of The Heart of the Revolution by Noah Levine is off to quite a start! The conversation has touched on many topics, ranging from inter-religious issues to getting mad in traffic. While preparing for this discussion, we had the opportunity to interview Noah about his new book, life and […]

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Where do we go from here?: Day 28 of the 28-day meditation challenge

We did it! We just finished sitting together in the office for the final day of the 28-day meditation challenge. It feels good. Now we’re all completely enlightened and we’ll never have to meditate again. Just kidding. While the 28-day challenge has been a wonderful experience for all of us here at Tricycle—and hopefully for […]

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At the Book Club: A discussion of Living This Life Fully: Stories and Teachings of Munindra

“Munindra’s message is that we can go the distance,” writes Mirka Knaster in Living This Life Fully: Stories and Teachings of Munindra (Shambhala, 2010, $21.95 paper, 274 pp.), the first book about the highly revered and influential Bengali Vipassana teacher. It’s a testament to Anagarika Munindra’s character that this message comes across so effortlessly on […]

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Contemplate Your Ideal Death

If you had control over death, how would you want to die? Join us at the Tricycle Book Club to discuss Anyen Rinpoche’s Dying with Confidence, his recent book that explores death from a Tibetan Buddhist perspective.      From Dying with Confidence: Contemplate Your Ideal DeathWhat will your mind be like? What qualities will […]

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Dying with Confidence at the Tricycle Book Club

How should we prepare to die? Many of us don’t know where to begin when it comes to death. It scares us. We understand so many things and death remains a great mystery. In some ways, of course, death will always be a mystery—how could anybody ever really know? However, it should also be said […]

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Components of Place

The Tricycle Book Club is discussing Lin Jensen’s Deep Down Things: The Earth in Celebration and Dismay! Look for daily excerpts from the book on the Tricycle Blog to inspire the conversation, which is happening here. From Deep Down Things: “

A place is more than a location. Of course, if you know the convergence of […]

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The Nature of Place

The Tricycle Book Club is discussing Lin Jensen’s Deep Down Things: The Earth in Celebration and Dismay! Look for daily excerpts from the book on the Tricycle Blog to inspire the conversation, which is happening here. From Deep Down Things: “

When we’ve lost our place we’re like transplanted trees whose roots long for native soil. […]

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