May Editorial



_82593218_bhaktapur_durbar_sq_before_82593217_bhaktapur_durbar-sq_after_aDURBAR SQUARE BHAKTAPUR

The earthquake in Nepal was unprecedented in the amount of damage that was caused to the fabric and the hearts of the people.  The ancient cities of Lalitpur, Kathmandu and Bhaktapur have been badly hit.  Little news has been heard about the villages to the north, west and east, although unofficial word is that many of the houses no longer exist. Roads have been made inaccessible by landslides and the opportunity for helicopters to land is hampered by the lack of suitable places in the maze of terraced fields.

Please pray for the people in Nepal who have been affected.



Approaching the middle of a wood…Cicely Gill

Are We Really Practicing?…Elizabeth Mattis

Grasping the Nettle…Monica Wilde

Kubli Chana...Mridu Shailaj Thanki


Letting Go of Avila…Maeve O’Sullivan

Prayer for Nepal…Jaiya John

Layman P’ang…Three Buddhist Poets

Splenomegaly…Angus Ogilvy


Karmapa…The Story So Far

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