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FEATURING: Andrea Miller's transformational retreat and interview with THICH NHAT HANH; Six Buddhist teachers on Joyful Giving; JACK KORNFIELD and JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN on what makes us free; LARRY ROSENBERG on the Buddha's famous exhortation, "Be a Lamp Unto Yourself"; RAM DASS, JUDY LIEF, GINA SHARPE, ANYEN RINPOCHE, book reviews, and more.
This issue's editorial:
The Shambhala Sun's ANDREA MILLER reflects on the nourishment of sangha.
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As Grist for the Mill, the classic book by Ram Dass (with Stephen Levine) is re-released, MIRABAI BUSH offers a first-hand appreciation of its author.
This issue's roundup features books on Buddhism, yoga, psychology, and haiku.
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