In April’s issue of Many Roads we have the third and final part of Annie Dibble’s Sikkim Conference Report. The first and second parts are still available to read if you have missed our previous issues.
We also have an enchanting article by Annette Tamuly Jung about the ‘Oasis of Long Life’, an innovative Dharma venture in the centre of France. This is a place of peaceful residence for elderly Buddhist practitioners that has received the blessings of many, including our own Ringu Tulku Rinpoche. If, like me, you are of a certain age you will be very interested in this.
Pat Little shares with us her delight in a BBC programme about tigers in Bhutan, in the Lost Land of the Tiger. I do hope they will show the programme again as Pat made me want to know more about these magnificent creatures.
And finally, a beautiful poem, Lifetimes, by Madeline Schreiber from Novia Scotia in Canada.
With many thanks to all the contributors.
I really need your articles, poems, reviews and musings, so please continue to send them to me. While Rinpoche is now into his Spring teaching tour, it would be great to hear about your experiences of attending the teachings and meeting up with other practitioners. All photos will be gratefully received.
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Now, put your feet up, relax and enjoy!
For Many Roads