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Buddhadharma : Fall 2005
fall 2005| 16 |buddhadharma RACHEL BAGBy’S review of the anthol- ogy i edited, Dharma, Color, and Culture: New Voices in Western Buddhism [“A Colorful Tangle,” Spring 2005] provided the opportunity for this first-time editor to revisit the original manuscript. in the sec- ond paragraph of Rachel’s review, the quote that begins “The Chinese were actually the first Buddhists to reach America” appears to be my own words. For the record, this sentence was intended to appear in the anthology as a footnoted quote, since these were actually the words of the late Rick Fields, who i consider an ancestor in the narrative of the transmission of the dharma to the West. Rick’s book, How the Swans Came to the Lake, served me as both a resource and an inspiration. This editorial oversight will be corrected in future reprints of Dharma, Color, and Culture. Ryumon Zenji (Hilda Gutiérrez Baldoquín) San Francisco, Calif. PLEASE ADD me to those like Richard Modiano [“Letters,” Summer 2005] who would like to see more Pure Land Buddhism in your pages. One reason i subscribed to Buddha- dharma was the article, “The Practice of Jodo-shinshu,” by Taitetsu Unno, in your first issue. i thought it held promise for the future. Alas, there have been very few mentions since of Jodo-shinshu, or any other Pure Land traditions. i always learn something from Buddha- dharma and will continue to hope for more coverage of Pure Land Buddhism. Faith Corlett Albuquerque, N. M. i PRACTiCE My BUDDHiSM as best as i can from my place in Montana. Since there are no groups nearby, i have many books to draw on for my questions. i have been very glad to find Buddhadharma, and use it as a source of information and inspiration. Thank you for your fine publication. Kathie Lahti Great Falls, Mont. Send your letters by mail or to firstname.lastname@example.org ➤ Letters, continued from page 8 A five-day teaching by the spiritual leader of the Tibetan Bon Religion provides a rare opportunity to receive the direct transmission of a powerful, uniquely Bon meditation system from the current lineage holder and Abbot of Menri Monastery. A-Tri has been associated with Menri Monastery since its founding in 1405. For further information: www.bonfoundation.org H. H. Menri Tr izin, 33rd, Lungtok Tenpai Nyima World leader of Bon Religion to give A-Tri Dzogchen teaching in USA May 2-7, 2006, Garrison Institute, Garrison, NY