Winter 2016

Vol. 34 No. 2 Winter 2016
Earth Treasure

The Buddha-body is also like this:
It cannot be conceived;
Its various physical forms
Appear in all lands in the cosmos.
— The Avatamsaka Sutra


One Single Thing, John Daido Loori, Roshi
We are totally and intricately interconnected

The Jewel We Call Home, Danica Shoan Ankele

Within the Vast Web, Geoffrey Shugen Arnold Sensei
Enlightenment does not exist without morality; they are nondual.

Manifestation of Great Prajna, Eihei Dogen
Taking refuge in all things is taking refuge in prajna.

Love Will Save This Place, Naomi Klein
Sustaining the integrity of ‘the lands and the waters.’

The Blue Jay Will Come Right Into Your Heart, Shunryu Suzuki Roshi
Mind and being are one, and mind reaches everywhere.

A Map to the Next World, poem, Joy Harjo

The Earth Breathes, Lewis Thomas
Life-giving cooperation in the deepest and highest places.

Welcome to the Anthropocene, Elizabeth Kolbert
Human hands have re-defined our geologic age.

Organizing for Survival, Wen Stephenson
Where do we find environmental justice, for all?

I’m Learning Nothing This Night, poem, Reginald Dwayne Betts

Dependent Arising, Geshe Tsultim Gyeltsen
How do we really see the truth of emptiness?

Imagining Earth, Geneen Marie Haugen
Giving our wonder and respect to wild, living spaces.

The Avatamsaka Sutra, trans. by Thomas Cleary
A dip into the cosmic Mahayana sutra on dependent co-arising.

Mountains and Rivers Order
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