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    Issue 64 Paid Member

    - Hang on to Your Ego by Thanissaro Bhikkhu - Mothers of Liberation by Miranda Shaw - Man-made Monk by Pagan Kennedy - What You're Made Of by Bodhipaksa More »
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    NEW BOOKS: Recalling Chogyam Trungpa Paid Member

    The following is excerpted from Recalling Chogyam Trungpa: A wide variety of writers explore the innovative contributions of a renowned Tibetan Buddhist meditation master to the spiritual and cultural discourse of our time, compiled and edited by Fabrice Midal. Published by Shambhala Publications, www.shambhala.com, available for purchase here. The following is from "Topsy Turvy Times with Trungpa," by Charles Prebish, professor of religious studies at Pennsylvania State University�More »
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    Buddhist Books - Ancient Texts, New Voices, Younger Faces Paid Member

    Dharma for dabblers, practitioners, and the new generation More »
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    Buddhist Books - Ancient Texts, New Voices, Younger Faces Paid Member

    Are you casting about for new titles to add to your Buddhist library? Lucky you. The dharma bookshelf has never been better stocked. There’s something for everyone, at every level of interest and commitment, plus a new crop of authors with a fresh perspective. This past June, at Book Expo America, the booksellers’ annual trade show, publishers of Buddhist titles waxed enthusiastic about both the depth and breadth of their lists, from treasure texts to beginners’ meditation kits. “There’s room for it all,” observed Rod Meade Sperry, Wisdom Publications’ marketing director. “We’re publishing more titles than ever, serving academics, practitioners, and dabblers.” More »
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    Philosophy of Nature Paid Member

    Contrary to popular belief, Americans are not materialists, as I have said before. We are not people who love material, and by and large our culture is devoted to the transformation of material into junk as rapidly as possible. God's own junkyard! Therefore, it's a very important lesson for a wealthy nation - and all Americans are colossally wealthy by the standards of the rest of the world - to see what happens to material… More »
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    Philosophy of Nature Paid Member

    Contrary to popular belief, Americans are not materialists, as I have said before. We are not people who love material, and by and large our culture is devoted to the transformation of material into junk as rapidly as possible. God’s own junkyard! Therefore, it’s a very important lesson for a wealthy nation - and all Americans are colossally wealthy by the standards of the rest of the world - to see what happens to material� More »