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Buddhadharma : Spri 2013
SPRING 2 0 1 3 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY 75 REVIEWS give an appropriate response in order to be of true service. As Metta Institute faculty member Charlie Garfield often says, “This work is not just about add- ing new skills to the same old you... it is about you transforming.” Many of the contributors to these two collections seem to embody that transformation. They show us that spiri- tual support is not generally a matter of existential discussions or esoteric prac- tices. More often it is about staying in the room when the going gets tough and helping people discover their truth, even if that truth is one that you don’t believe in. It’s about staying present in the face of unanswerable questions. Together, The Arts of Contemplative Care and Buddhist Care for the Dying and Bereaved make an undeniable claim for Buddhist-inspired service initiatives while highlighting the powerful practice and unique contributions of vocational Buddhists. Grounded in their humble and gritty work of service and care, the contributors to these two volumes have sparked a vital discussion about the implications both of their vocation and of Buddhist practice itself. They have raised the question: What can serving others teach us about the dharma? SHAMBHALA SUN FOUNDATION An independent, nonprofit corporation. Publishers of the Shambhala Sun and Buddhadharma: The Practitioner’s Quarterly. Choose from this collection of prints taken from the pages of our magazines. The selection includes works by such teachers, artists and contributors as New Yorker cartoonist David Sipress, Thich Nhat Hanh and Kaz Tanahashi. Visit the Shambhala Sun Online Store www.shambhalasun.com Buddha Shakyamuni, Courtesy of Wisdom Publications and Schneelöwe, Aitrang, Germany Archival Quality Dharma Art Prints at Great Prices