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Buddhadharma : Summer 2019
From Some Unquenchable Desire (Shambhala Publications; translated by Andrew Schelling) TURNING WORD Our pleasures turn to dust and ash, just a bitter taste at the end. Worldly accomplishments are the same. They turn out trivial, idiotic, or worse. Yet, even for the resolute who fix their minds on truth, some unquenchable desire— I can’t find its name— keeps stirring in the heart. — Bhartrihari, a seventhcentury Buddhist hermit