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    It takes a while for a new magazine to find its voice. How sad that Tricycle's is maturing with the rasp of a feminist tract.George Fradin Ann Arbor, Michigan More »
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    Letters to the Editor Winter 2002 Paid Member

    A Body of PraiseIn the more than ten years I have subscribed to Tricycle, I can’t remember a more engaging issue than the last (Fall 2002). I have often wondered why Tricycle has never addressed in depth the importance of a healthy physical body in nurturing and supporting a meditative practice. Your special section, “The Body: Vehicle for Awakening,” is superb. I can hardly wait to share the edifying articles with my personal training clients, whom I encourage to practice not only physical fitness but a meditative discipline as well. Thanks so much for creating an outstanding, helpful magazine. —Clark Elliott, Santa Fe, New Mexico More »
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    Letters to the Editor Summer 2001 Paid Member

    Tricycle welcomes letters to the editor. Letters are subject to editing. Please send correspondence to: Tricycle: The Buddhist Review 92 Vandam Street New York, NY 10013 Fax: (212) 645-1493  editorial@tricycle.com Nazi's Archives As an ethnic Jew and Tibetan Buddhist, I read with ardent interest your article "Hitler and the Himalayas." The article focused on Dr. Schaefer, especially his expedition to Tibet in 1939. Alex McCay asserts that the letter from the Reting Regent of Tibet to Hitler speaks of “a lasting empire of peace based on racial grounds.” Furthermore, Reting supposedly assured Hitler that Tibet “shared that aim.” This is a serious distortion of history. More »
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    Letters to the Editor Spring 2001 Paid Member

    Politics or Polemics I was somewhat distressed at the political nature of both a letter to the editor and a primary article in the Winter 2000 issue of Tricycle. This political material is not what I subscribe to Tricycle for, and although I agree that where politics, religion and philosophy collide, it is perfectly reasonable for Tricycle to address relevant issues, my expectation is that when it comes to politics Tricycle should rise above polemics. More »