Enter your Username and Password to log in below.
September 04, 2009
No, Buddha-shaped pears! Is someone getting over on us? It's Friday and after a long week I thought I'd pass along the joy. I guess unlike money, Buddhas grow on trees.
You can taste the fruit—or at least see it—here.
Already a member? Log in to share this content.
You must be a Tricycle Community member to use this feature.
Signing up to Tricycle newsletters will enroll you as a free Tricycle Basic Member.You can opt out of our emails at any time from your account screen.
Get tricycle straight to your inbox.
[...] Tricycle » Pear-shaped Buddhas? www.tricycle.com/blog/?p=1479 – view page – cached Posted by James Shaheen in : Buddha, Buddhism, Humor, Tricycle , trackback — From the page [...]
is that plastic reusable??
Latest Blog Comments
This was my first thought as well.
After re-reading, "In spite of our scientific advancement, we haven’t yet...
Dear etcetera23, please find below two links to early Buddhist teachings. You may find them of relevance to the...
I believe the three Zen masters have missed the point. It isn't technology that is the problem, but the uses of...
In the parable of the burning house, the father is a Buddha, who encourages the children to come out of the burning...
Most Recent Posts