With dry humor and deep knowledge of and faithfulness to Buddhist teachings—combined with a radical application of the precepts to our contemporary world’s crises—Robert Aitken provokes us to stretch our thinking.
Trudy Goodman and George Bowman discuss Zen views on suicide with Maria Monroe: “What’s most important is a person’s intention.”
The Non-Dual Rides Again
Senior teachers weigh in on our last issue’s theme, “Teachers of Non-Duality,” offering insight on various approaches to practice and skillful means.
This article also features three cartoons by Suzie Rashkis.
Worlds in Harmony: Dialogues on Compassionate Action (His Holiness the Dalai Lama, et al., Parallax Press)
Seeds of Peace. A Buddhist Vision for Renewing Society (Sulak Sivaraksa, Parallax Press)
The Good Society (Robert N. Bellah, et al., Vintage Books)