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Last Thursday, our Editor & Publisher James posted the blog What kind of Buddhist iPhone app do you want? As you can probably guess (and as is stated in the blog), we are looking into developing one and would like feedback about what exactly people would like to see in a Tricycle app. On Friday I posted James' blog to our Facebook page. We received several responses, good ideas, people wanting us to be less iPhone specific (Blackberry and Android) etc. Then this comment was posted: The Genocide Behind Your Smart Phonehttp://businessnews.za.msn.com/gallery.aspx?cp-documentid=155399549 More »
From Tricycle contributor James Baraz's recent article on the Huffington Post, "A Buddhist Perspective on Access to Guns." More »
0 commentsToday's Daily Dharma, The causes of any conflict lie in strong attachment to certain views, and the core of Buddha’s teaching is of great help here. All phenomena, in addition to being transient, arise and disappear according to a complex set of conditions. When we apply this truth to conflict, we give up the simplistic, black-and-white picture through which conflict is usually described and perpetuated. More »