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    Kalachakra 2011 Paid Member

    Click here to view a slideshow of the Kalachakra 2011. More »
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    Dharma Gates in the U.S.A. Paid Member

    1. Wat Buddhawararam, Denver, Colorado, founded in 1976, a former church (Theravada). © Rachel Antell. 2. Chuang-yen, Carmel, New York, founded in 1975 (Chinese Tientai, Zen, and Pure Land Buddhism). © Wen-Jie Qin. 3. Seumi Sha Buddhist Temple, Tacoma, Washington (Korean Zen). © Finnley D. Macdonald. 4. Ch'an Meditation Center, Elmhurst, New York, founded in 1976, a former "five-and-dime" store (Rinzai and Soto Zen).© Wen-Jie Qin. 5. International Meditation Center, Westminister, Maryland, founded in 1989, modeled on a Burmese pagoda (Theravada). International Meditation Center. 6. Denver Zen Center, Denver, Colorado, founded in 1974 (Rinzai and Soto Zen). © Rachel Antell. 7. Diamond Hill Zen Monastery, Providence Zen Center, Cumberland, Rhode Island, founded in 1984 (Zen). Providence Zen Center. 8. Wat Khmer Metta, Chicago, Illinois, founded in 1990, a former apartment building (Theravada). © Dr. Paul Numrich. More »
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    Portraits of Tibetan Teachers Paid Member

      Image: Henri Cartier-Bresson, His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama in Paris, 1993.   Image: Martine Franck, Dagpo Rinpoche, teacher and founder of Guepele Tchantchoup Ling, the Tibetan Buddhist Institute at Veneux-les-Sablons, near Paris, 1993. He is also the spiritual leader of the Dagpo Chedroup Ling monastery in southern India.   More »
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    Flying Softly Through The Night Paid Member

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    Percolation / the Shadow Paid Member

    Poetry by Jane HirshfieldCalligraphy by Michele Laporte "Percolation" first appeared in Yellow Silk and "The Shadow" first appeared in ZYZZYVA. Both will be included in The October Palace by Jane Hirshfield, forthcoming from Harper Collins early next year. More »
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    A Monk Dressing Paid Member

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