As Wes Nisker reminds us in this issue, from the vast evolutionary perspective, we humans are the “new animals” on the block. Likewise, we practitioners of Buddhism in the West are the “new kids” embracing this ancient wisdom.
Interview with Rosemary Rawcliffe: Women of Tibet Carrying the Culture
Rawcliffe has produced and directed international programs in theater, television and film for more than thirty years. Inquiring Mind coeditor Barbara Gates and Tibetan Buddhist practitioner and intuitive counselor Phyllis Pay interviewed Rawcliffe in Albany, California, in November 2007.
Andrew Schelling sees poetry and Dharma as very similar in that they are both explorations of our life in the world, ways of making a journey as opposed to a dogmatic explanation of our reality.