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Vol. 36 No. 4  Summer / Fall 2018
Resilience

If we interpret everything through our own limitations, or see awakening within the confines of our own known parameters, we reduce the potential for quantum revelation, like the shift that enabled the Buddha to walk back into the fire of the world.
                                                                                        —Thanissara

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Practice and Resilience, Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, Roshi
Master Yangshan’s teachings on discovering our inner resources in the Dharma.

Transformation of the Mountain Record, by Danica Shoan Ankele
Re-visioning how we provide MRO news and teachings.

Remembering Love, by Lama Rod Owens
Living, healing, and learning to be well.

Practicing the Good Heart, by Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo
How to turn around whole within our connectedness.

I, Lalla, a poem by Lal Ded

Standing in the Shadow of Hope, by Austin Channing Brown
Not taking goodness for granted as a fix-all solution.

A Great Challenge, by Thanissara
The Buddha’s teaching on resilience in action.

There’s No App for That, by Richard Heinberg
Community and collaboration is our only viable future.

The Fork, a poem by Chase Takusei Twichell

Fear in Two Winters, by Hanif Abdurraqib
Faith in a shared truth of something greater.

Always An Immigrant, a poem by Margaret Gibson

Shantideva’s Heroic Perseverance, by Pema Chodron
In taking responsibility, resilience and strength.

Mountains and Rivers Order
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