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Buddhadharma : Winter 2007
winter 2007| 70 |buddhadharma There’s only one Tibetan Art Calendar. These thirteen reproductions of exquisite mandalas and deities, complete with in-depth explanations of their significance, will be enjoyed long after the year is through. W ISDOM PUBLICAT IONS Available online unfetteredmind.org In its quietly relentless way, this pithy and unorthodox commentary to the Heart Sutra leaves you with nowhere to stand but right here. — Stephen Batchelor, author of Buddhism Without Beliefs — from Ken McLeod’s new commentary An Arrow to the Heart This non-traditional commentary on the Heart Sutra takes you right into the emptiness of experience through a delightfully irreverent combination of wit, irony, poetry, and prose. Step into the jaws of experience AnArrowtotheHeartACOMMENTARYONTHEHEARTSUTRABYKENMCLEOD