Joseph Goldstein explains that the three characteristics are not just philosophical statements about the nature of the universe; they are practices.
Scholar Robert A. F. Thurman describes Tibetan practices that emphasize the preciousness of human life and celebrate impermanence.
Diana Winston presents a lively roundtable discussion with teenagers who meditate, and thoughts and stories from those who teach them.
A Mind Readers’ Briefing
Reviewed By Peter Dale Scott, Robbie Pfeufer Kahn, Ronna Kabatznick, Wes Nisker
Short reviews of Safe Harbor: Guidelines, Process and Resources for Ethics and Right Conduct in Buddhist Communities • Verses from the Center • The Diamond Cutter: The Buddha on Strategies for Managing Your Business and Your Life • An Awakened Life • Finding a Joyful Life in the Heart of Pain • Beautiful Work: A Meditation on Pain • Forest Path