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    Tricycle Q & A: Pamela Gayle White Paid Member

    Pamela Gayle White answers questions from Tricycle readers. Read Tricycle Q & A Answers from Joseph Goldstein, Gil Fronsdal, B. Alan Wallace, Gehlek Rimpoche, Lama Surya Das, Jack Kornfield, Sharon Salzberg, Daniel Goleman, Mark Epstein, Thanissaro Bhikkhu, and Roshi Pat Enkyo O'Hara. More »
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    Tricycle Q & A: Pamela Gayle White Paid Member

    Pamela Gayle White answers questions from Tricycle readers. More »
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    Tricycle Pilgrimage to India, January 2008 Paid Member

    I'm just back from India, where 26 pilgrims gathered this year for the fourth annual Tricycle "In the Footsteps of the Buddha" tour. Expert guide Shantum Seth led us through his native India--from Bodh Gaya, the seat of the Buddha's enlightenment, to the ancient cave temples of Ajanta and Ellora to the noisy streets of Delhi--while writer/teacher Stephen Batchelor co-led the tour, offering talks and, along with Shantum, guiding the group in More »
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    Tricycle Q & A: Stephan Bodian Paid Member

    Stephan Bodian answers questions from Tricycle readers More »
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    Tricycle Q & A: Stephan Bodian Paid Member

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    Family Dharma: The Elephant's Footprint Paid Member

    The Buddha taught that awareness of our death helps us live a happier and more meaningful life, and enables us to prepare for a conscious and peaceful dying experience. In our culture, purposefully contemplating one’s death, or gathering with others to share our thoughts and feelings about death, are certainly not commonplace. Although it is changing somewhat, the medical establishment has long considered death a failure, a defeat, a humiliation or an embarrassment, not only for the dying person, but also for the dying person’s family members and professional caregivers. More »