While collecting articles for this issue, we noticed that some contributors emphasize the importance of continuity and of holding to tradition, while others lean toward creating new forms particularly adapted to contemporary culture. Of course, the future of Buddhism lies with the young… we include voices of youth alongside those of long-time teachers.
Twenty-eight-year-old Diana Winston explores, as a devoted Buddhist and meditator, how it feels to be somewhat alone among her peers .
Teacher and scholar Gil Fronsdal shares vital images and practices that many vipassana meditators in the West have overlooked.
Journalist and author Daniel Goleman discusses scientific findings that seem to corroborate traditional Buddhist understandings.
The Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha: A New Translation of the Majjhima Nikaya, translated by Bhikkhu Nanamoli and Bhikkhu Bodhi
Reviewed By Andrew Olendzki
(1,422 pp., Wisdom Publications, 1995)