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
"It is commonplace nowadays to equate the mind with the brain, or to insist that the mind is nothing more than a...
The Middle Way is not a mirror.
Emptiness cannot be proved by the tools of ignorance.
Don't need to cite any sources for the 32 marks of a buddha. It's all over the Internet. And it can be found in many...
I think it is important to ask one question: will all this talk about whether he is God or not, omniscient or not...
Most Recent Posts