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    In Memorium: Ayya Khema (1923-1997) On November 2, 1997, the Venerable Ayya Khema, whose Buddhist name means “safety and security,” died of cancer at the age of 74. The author of twenty-five books on meditation and the Buddha’s teachings, she was best known in the United States for her best-selling book Being Nobody: Meditations on the Buddhist Path. She was ordained a Buddhist nun in Sri Lanka in 1979 and was one of the first pioneers� More »
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    Buddhist Cowboys Get Hogs Paid Member

    Yak butter tea, high country mountains, dried dung for heat, and, finally, motorcycles - the Tibetan nomad's life has just gotten faster.More »
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    As Buddhist cultures around the world prepare to celebrate the birthday of the Buddha, Tricycle offers a brief overview of festivities held around the world. More »
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    Less Hollywood and More Buddhism for Orlando Bloom Paid Member

    From the Kingdom of Heaven to Nirvana, the British actor takes time away from the movies to meditate More »
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    TIBET OR NOT TIBETAt the U.N.'s Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing this past September and the parallel Non Governmental Organizations (NGO) Forum in the suburb of Huairou several issues had delegates and Chinese officials toe to toe. Not the least of these was the issue of Tibetan sovereignty. On September 1, as the rain fell over dozens of supporters, nine Tibetan women held a silent protest. With scarves tied over their mouths, they stood holding hands for…At the U.N.'s Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing this past September and the parallel Non Governmental Organizations (NGO) Forum in the suburb of Huairou several issues had delegates and Chinese officials toe to toe. Not the least of these was the issue of Tibetan sovereignty. More »
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    China Issues New Rules on Reincarnation Paid Member

    The Dalai Lama says he won't be reborn in China. The People's Republic says Not so fast. More »