This e-book is a companion to the Tricycle Retreat, "Aging as a Spiritual Practice," led by Buddhist teacher and aging specialist Lewis Richmond. Tricycle Teachings: Aging includes over 80 pages of articles from the Tricycle Wisdom Collection, including an excerpt from Lewis Richmond’s new book, Aging as a Spiritual Practice.
Table of Contents
Introduction by the Tricycle Editors
1 “Beyond Coping” by the Buddha, translated by Thanissaro Bhikkhu
2 “Hags, Nuns, and Magpie Scholars,” by Anne Waldman
3 “Anti-Aging Cream,” perspectives on aging from multiple Buddhist practitioners
4 “Our Real Home,” by Ajahn Chah Subato
5 “Aging into Dying and Death,” by Kenneth Jones
6 “Too Much,” by Rafi Zabor
7 “The Gift of Gratitude,” by Ajahn Sumedho
8 “Awake and Demented,” by Noelle Oxenhandler
9 “The Authentic Life,” an interview with Lewis Richmond
10 “Aging as a Spiritual Practice,” an interview with Lewis Richmond and an excerpt from his book on aging
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