Tricycle/Winter 2008

Volume 18, Number 2

In This Issue

editors view



  • Pamela White affirms the beliefs of a Buddhist.
    Pamela White
  • Discipline, explains Joan Gattuso, begs something more.
    Joan Gattuso
  • What is Zen? Robert Aitken provides three takes.
    Robert Aitken
  • Daehaeng Kun Sunim teaches that Juingong, the shared foundation of our selves and our thoughts, forms an unbreakable bond that exceeds us all.
    Daehaeng Kun Sunim

thus have i heard

give & take

  • Matthew Weiner speaks with Dr. A.T. Ariyaratne about his grassroots movement based on Buddhist principles.

the precepts

  • By working with the lay precept on speech, we can learn to say the right thing at the right time.
    Allan Lokos

how we live

  • To Zen nun and animal-welfare journalist Mira Tweti, Buddhism is indeed for the birds.
    Joan Duncan Oliver


my view

  • After a storm, a runner sees the world with fresh eyes.
    Ed Brickell

on the cushion

dharma talk

into practice

  • Dennis Genpo Merzel offers a practice to work with our shadow sides and awaken our enlightened nature.
    Dennis Genpo Merzel

in the footsteps of the buddha

parting words