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  • Allan Lokos at the Tricycle Book Club April 19th Paid Member

    Join us April 19th at the Tricycle Community Book Club when Allan Lokos will start discussing his new book, Pocket Peace: Effective Practices for Enlightened Living. Can't wait? Neither can we. However, in the pages of Pocket Peace Allan reminds us of the value of patience: More »
  • Allan Lokos at the Tricycle Community Book Club Paid Member

    Starting April 19th, Allan Lokos will be leading the Tricycle Community Book Club in a discussion of his new book, Pocket Peace: Effective Practices for Enlightened Living. Allan is the founder and guiding teacher of the Community Meditation Center in New York City. From the pages of Pocket Peace: More »
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    Vote for Tricycle! Paid Member

    The Tricycle Community has applied for an odd sort of web grant: Finalists are chosen by popular acclaim. Everyone has 3 votes, and you can cast all three for the same candidate (hint, hint). We're listed under "Change Your Mind" here. Join the Tricycle Community in building a culture of dharma. Vote early and often--or at least three times, anyway! Many thanks, The Tricycle Staff More »
  • Poet and Zen Practitioner Jane Hirshfield at the Tricycle Community Paid Member

    She will be discussing her poem, "Those Who Cannot Act," from her 2006 book, After. Join the discussion here. Jane Hirshfield was born in New York City in 1953. After receiving her B.A. from Princeton University in their first graduating class to include women, she went on to study at the San Francisco Zen Center. Her books of poetry include After (HarperCollins, 2006); Given Sugar, Given Salt (2001), which was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, The Lives of the Heart (1997), The October Palace (1994), Of Gravity & Angels (1988), and Alaya (1982). More »
  • Pema Chödrön and William Alexander in two new discussions on the Tricycle Community Paid Member

    The Tricycle Book Club will be discussing Pema Chödrön's latest book, Taking the Leap: Freeing Ourselves from Old Habits and Fears. More »
  • Haiku Corner Paid Member

    The Tricycle Community Poetry Club is pleased to present our new Haiku Corner, led by Gary Gach, haiku teacher and author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Buddhism. You can read and comment on others efforts, offer your own haiku, or get guidance from Gary and the others there. You need to be a member of the Tricycle Community to visit, but it's easy to sign up, and best of all it's free. More »