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Buddhadharma : Winter 2010
Buddhadharma THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY WINTER 2010 BUDDHADHARMATHEPRACTITIONER’SQUARTERLYWINTER2010US$7.99/CAN$9.50 MANY BUDDHISTS, ONE BUDDHADHARMA A TRIBUTE TO ROBERT AITKEN ROSHI, a pioneer of Zen and engaged Buddhism in America KHENCHEN THRANGU RINPOCHE on resting in naked mind AFTER AN UNSPEAKABLE CRIME Judith Toy finds Zen and forgiveness IS MINE BIGGER THAN YOURS? Charles Johnson explores our obsession with comparing ourselves to others LAMA TSULTRIM ALLIONE • LIFE OF MILAREPA • BHIKKHU BODHI • JOAN SUTHERLAND THEPRACTITIONER’SQUARTERLYWINTER2010 A TRIBUTE TO ROBERT AITKEN ROSHI THEPRACTITIONER’SQUARTERLYWINTER2010 Our Way More and more women are embracing the dharma — and challenging Buddhism’s status quo. A look at how women are defining their roles as Buddhist practitioners, teachers, and leaders.