A volunteer finds sectarian strife—and personal healing—at an AIDS nonprofit in Cambodia.
Tricycle/Summer 2015 Vol. 24, Num. 4
Every story ends with a death sentence. But the story doesn't end there.
In pursuit of a story about the enigmatic death of a Buddhist retreatant, a writer risks his own mind as he digs into the heart of the mystery.
A secular Buddhist, recoiling from the ills of both theism and atheism, suggests that we move beyond both.
Believing we've moved beyond religious myth, we mistake our culture's newest story for the world itself.
A Japanese Buddhist temple goes modern.
Tricycle/Spring 2015 Vol. 24, Num. 3
Tricycle/Winter 2014 Vol. 24, Num. 2
Following his father's death, Tricycle's features editor reflects on the importance of our care for one another.
The "present moment" is on everyone's lips nowadays. But do we really know what we mean by it? The philosophers of antiquity help us get underneath the cliché.