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Buddhadharma : Winter 2017
Buddhadharma: The PracTiTioner’s QuarTerly 13 commenTary Buddhism is like a great river. It is, as an old blues song says, “long, deep, and wide.” The river of dharma has been flowing for a long time: 2,600 years from one point of view, forever from another. Those of us who care about Buddhism’s future in the modern world need to take a long view—to think decades ahead, maybe even centuries. The wide part refers to spreading the dharma as far as pos- sible, making it accessible to all those who would benefit from it. We publish Lion’s Roar magazine to fulfill this mission. It’s where Buddhists speak to the wider society, offering wisdom, heart, and life-changing practices to benefit people’s lives, our society, and the future of the earth. The deep part may prove the most important. For Buddhism to maintain its integrity and offer its true benefit, it must rest on a foundation of committed and knowledgeable practitioners and sustainable communities. We publish Buddhadharma to fulfill this mission. Buddhadharma is where Buddhists speak to other Buddhists, sharing our realization, knowledge, and views. It is where we can deepen our practice, expand our knowledge, and make con- nections with fellow practitioners of all traditions. It is where we can contribute to a Buddhism that is authentic, complete, sustainable, and successfully integrated into our society. If you are a committed Buddhist, or aspire to be one, we publish Buddhadharma for you. We know you are already familiar with the principles and terms. That you don’t need to be convinced or sold on Buddhism. That you want to go deeper and you’re willing to put in the work. We hope the relaunch of Buddhadharma in this new format makes clearer that this journal is intended to support you, as a committed Buddhist, on your path. Of course, there are many sources you can access to deepen your practice and study. As a committed Buddhist, you probably The Deep River of Dharma by Melvin Mcleod, editor-in-chief