Tricycle/Fall 1999

Volume 9, Number 1

In This Issue

feature

  • With chaos all around—plus a teenager who bakes her boots in the oven—a chef is served tasty doses of dharma in a Tibetan center kitchen.
  • PEMA CHÖDRÖN, dharma teacher and author of When Things Fall Apart, speaks about roles and responsibilities within the teacher/student relationship.
  • Peter Trachtenberg
  • Robert Beer, artist and illustrator, speaks on how his immersion in Tibetan art became his own transformative path.
  • Brian Victoria uncovers the wartime anti-Semitism of one of America’s most seminal Zen masters. Responses to this material from: Robert Aitken, Bernie Glassman, Bodhin Kjolhede, and Lawrence Shainberg

editors view

on gardening

columns

on practice

in the news

In Transition

in the footsteps of the buddha

  • Hermann Hesse's Journey to the East
    Paul W. Morris