Tricycle/Fall 2011

Volume 21, Number 1

In This Issue

brief teachings



  • The Maha Teacher Council at the Garrison Institute in Garrison, New York
  • Eugene T. Gendlin, founder of an innovative self-actualization technique with transformative potential, talks with Linda Heuman.
  • Celebrating two decades of Tricycle
  • An Interview with Myokei Caine-Barrett, Shonin
  • Instead of desperately desiring answers to unanswerable questions, Buddhist practitioners should learn how to be helpful in a religiously diverse world.
    Rita M. Gross
  • It’s not always the answers that teach us. Sometimes it’s how we ask the questions.
    Thanissaro Bhikkhu
  • Translator, teacher, and calligrapher Kazuaki Tanahashi
    Zenshin Michael Haederle
  • A new vision and scale of values are necessary measures for safeguarding our world.
    Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi

web exclusive

  • A slideshow of Wendy Johnson planting a Zen garden in northern New Mexico
    Emily Baker

editors view

good work

This Buddhist Life



animal realm

  • The grand black rhinos of the red desert
    Rick Bass

online retreats

  • Fear and fearlessness as a path to awakening
    Gaylon Ferguson

dharma talk

thus have i heard

  • A symbol of impermanence can teach us about the nature of our own minds.
    Andrew Olendzki

The Green Bodhisattva

Earth Touching


parting words