EDITORIAL

An appreciation of the unity and sacredness of all life is integral to awakening to our own awareness.  (Lyse Lauren)

Welcome to the late summer edition of Many Roads for Bodhicharya.  

Wishing all well and hoping to hear from you soon.

Albert Harris

FEATURES
LIVING AND DYING IN PEACE:  Ringu Tulku Rinpoche
REACHING OUT TO ANIMALS & ALL CONSCIOUS LIFE:  Lyse Lauren
THE RINGU TULKU ARCHIVE:  Paul O’Conner
SUMMER CAMP PORTUGAL 2017:  Annie Dibble
PEAS AND PANIR CURRY:  Indra Mahapuria
MINT CHUTNEY:  Indra Mahapuria

POETRY
FLAGS:  Albert Harris
SIKKIM HAIKU SEQUENCE PART 2:  Maeve O’Sullivan
WHEN SNOW MOUNTAINS WEAR BLACK HATS:   J. Stanley D. R. Loy
ODE TO MANCHESTER:  Ani Rinchen Khandro
THE BRIG:  Angus Ogilvy

FILM
MINDFUL JUGGLING:  Andi Puddicombe
SOWING THE SEED:  Sitar Rose

PERSONAL STORIES
HELLO FROM GOA:  Dave MacDonald
SATURDAY MORNING:  Wendy Nash
JOURNEY TO ASSAM PART 1:  Yeshe
JOURNEY TO ASSAM.  GUWAHATI: PART 2:  Yeshe 
LIFE AND DEATH:  Wendy Nash
A RABBI ON HOLY ISLE:  Adam Klegfeld

REVIEWS
THE POWER OF AN OPEN QUESTION:  Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel
NEW LAZY LAMA BOOK – LOVING KINDNESS:  Wangdu

We need your contributions for our next issue. Please send your articles, reviews, comments and creative outputs to:

manyroads@bodhicharya.org

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