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    ON RELATIONSHIPS: Moving Target Paid Member

    Erik Hansen on wives and potatoesMore »
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    Looking into pop Buddhism More »
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    Introduction to the Satyagraha Special Section Paid Member

    Helen Tworkov introduces our special section, Satyagraha: The Force of Truth More »
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    Cave With a View Paid Member

    I sit in a pink plastic lawn chair in front of my borrowed meditation cave. The afternoon is perfect, a warm cedar-scented breeze sighing through the branches of the deodar cedars on the hill. Tiny birds chirp in the underbrush. My rosary drops onto my lap, my mantra recitation slurs to a halt. Past my bare toes is a gulf of bluish, haze-softened air. Far below, the sacred lake glints like dull-green jade. The high Himalayas are visible today, low and pale across the horizon. More »
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    Cave With a View Paid Member

    I sit in a pink plastic lawn chair in front of my borrowed meditation cave. The afternoon is perfect, a warm cedar-scented breeze sighing through the branches of the deodar cedars on the hill. Tiny birds chirp in the underbrush. My rosary drops onto my lap, my mantra recitation slurs to a halt. Past my bare toes is a gulf of bluish, haze-softened air. Far below, the sacred lake glints like dull-green jade. The high Himalayas are visible today, low and pale across the horizon. More »
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    The Sensualist Paid Member

    WHILE THE USUALLY sleepy English village of Chislehurst was being bombarded by German aircraft in the early morning of January 6, 1915, Alan Watts - who was to become one of the foremost interpreters of ancient Eastern wisdom for the modern West - was born to Laurence Wilson Watts and Emily Mary Buchan. More »