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Buddhadharma : Summer 2011
Calming the Fearful Mind A Zen Response to Terrorism Thich Nhat Hanh “This book reveals the secrets to liberating ourselves from fear. Outstanding!” —Arun Gandhi, M. K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence. In a time of terrorism and uncertainty, how can any of us feel truly safe? Calming the Fearful Mind offers key teachings to help heal the misunderstanding, fear, and hatred that divide us as individuals, groups, and nations. ISBN: 1-888375-51-5 • $12.95 • 130 pages • Paperback Moments of Mindfulness Gift Box with Meditation Cards and Guidebook Thich Nhat Hanh This beautifully designed gift box contains forty cards that provide moments of inspiration, starting points for meditation, and spiritual answers for daily problems. The accompanying book provides detailed instructions on the many uses of the cards, and the box can be used as an altar. ISBN: 1-888375-52-3 • $19.95 • Gift Box • 40 cards • 90-page book Little Pilgrim Ko Un From South Korea’s greatest living poet and nominee for the Nobel Prize in Literature comes a tale of adventure and self-discovery in the tradition of Hermann Hesse’s Siddhartha. Based on the last chapter of the Avatamsaka Sutra, Little Pilgrim is a lyrical and passionate meditation on spirituality and the nature of existence. ISBN: 1-888375-43-5 • $18.95 • 400 pages • Paperback Meow Said the Mouse Béatrice Barbey, Illustrated by Philippe Ames A mouse turns into a cat and discovers the secret of interconnectedness in this lively story inspired by the teachings of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. Young readers will be fascinated by the idea of becoming someone else, to walk in another’s shoes, or paws. With full-color illustrations and resources for creating your own puppet theater. ISBN: 1-888375-49-3 • $15.00 • 40 pages • Hardcover • Ages 4–8 New from Pa rallax Press Parallax Press • PO Box 7355, Berkeley, CA 94707 • 800-863-5290 • www.parallax.org