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Buddhadharma : Spring 2011
24 Refreshing Zen Arthur Braverman presents the life and teachings of Kosho Uchiyama Roshi, whose emphasis on the simple practice of zazen was a breath of fresh air amid the formalism of Japanese Zen. 27 Zazen That Amounts to Nothing True zazen is not for the sake of seeing positive results, says Kosho Uchiyama. 32 Finding Happiness in a World of Wants What Buddhism teaches us about working with our cravings and money anxieties—and the joy that comes from cultivating simple satisfaction. Jan Chozen Bays: Krispy Kreme Mind Thich Nhat Hanh: Happiness in Every Breath Gaylon Ferguson: Happy Together Carolyn Rose Gimian: The Upside of Money Troubles Laura Jomon Martin: Practicing Financial Awareness 44 forum Long-Term Retreat: The Challenges and Benefits Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyel, and Guy Armstrong examine the importance of long-term retreats in deepening one’s practice and address some of the challenges practitioners face before, during, and after retreat. Introduction by Christine Skarda. 49 Before You Go on Retreat Andrew Holecek offers some practical advice for anyone considering a long-term retreat. 54 Love Me, Hate Me Praise and blame are like echoes that don’t ultimately exist, explains Rose Taylor. But we still have to know how to work with it. 60 Thanks to Gene Smith Gene Smith dedicated his life to preserving Tibet’s literary heritage, and played a key role in its survival. Janet Gyatso remembers the man and his historic contribution. 62 Ambedkar’s Vision The Buddhist revival in India ignited by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar more than fifty years ago has brought millions of the country’s most impoverished and marginalized people to the Buddhist path. There is much we can learn from them, says Alan Senauke. Features