Dharma Rain: Sources of Buddhist Environmentalism

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Stephanie Kaza, Kenneth Kraft
Shambhala Publications, 8 feb 2000 - 504 páginas
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A comprehensive collection of classic texts, contemporary interpretations, guidelines for activists, issue-specific information, and materials for environmentally-oriented religious practice. Sources and contributors include Basho, the Dalai Lama, Thich Nhat Hanh, Gary Snyder, Chögyam Trungpa, Gretel Ehrlich, Peter Mathiessen, Helen Tworkov (editor of Tricycle), and Philip Glass.
 

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Most Americans--Christian, Jewish, or Muslim--see environmentalism primarily as a matter of stewardship: we must care for the world God gave us and made us responsible for. Only secondarily do we note ... Leer reseña completa

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Teachings from Buddhist Traditions
9
A TreeSpirit Joins the Assembly of Monks Buddhaghosa
21
Lovingkindness Metta Sutta
29
The Hunter and the Deer Milarepa
35
nature as teacher or refuge
43
One Truth Countless Teachings Huayen Sutra
49
Haiku in the Rain Basho Buson Shiki
56
Letter to the Island Myoe
63
Zen Work Norman Fischer
246
Encouraging Words for Activists Joanna Macy
252
Renunciation and Daring Chogyam Trungpa
261
Meeting the Dralas Jeremy Hayward
271
What Can I Do?
278
The Rainforest as Teacher John Seed
286
Guarding the Earth Joanna Macy
293
Home Practice Wild Practice
303

Poetry of Daito Daito
77
The Sun My Heart Thich Nhat Hanh
83
Early Buddhist Attitudes toward Nature Lily de Silva
91
Thoughts on the Jatakas Rafe Martin
104
Buddhism with a Small b Sulak Sivaraksa
117
Blue Mountains Constantly Walking Gary Snyder
125
River Seeing the River John Daido Loori
141
The Third Turning of the Wheel Joanna Macy
150
Buddhism in the World
161
Buddhist Solutions for the Twentyfirst Century Prayudh Payutto
170
The Religion of Consumerism Sulak Sivaraksa
178
buddhist countries in environmental
191
Tree Ordination in Thailand Susan M Darlington
198
Dhamma Walk around Songkhla Lake Santikaro Bhikkhu
206
Resisting the Yadana Gas Pipeline Parvel Gmuzdek
216
The Agony of Tibet Galen Rowell
222
Make Tibet a Zone of Peace The Dalai Lama
231
Environmental Activism
237
Meditating with Mountains and Rivers Patrick McMahon
312
In Search of the Snow Leopard Peter Matthiessen
319
City Practice and Bush Practice
329
Garden Practice Wendy Johnson
335
Vegetarianism as Practice
342
Challenges
353
Notes for a Buddhist Politics
369
Deep Ecology and Political Activism BillDevall
379
Nuclear Ecology and Engaged Buddhism
393
Population Consumption and the Environment Rita M Gross
409
Envisioning the Future Robert Aitken
423
Introduction
441
Meal Verses
448
Apple Meditation Wendy Johnson
465
Verses for Environmental Practice Robert Aitken
471
A Love Letter
477
Contributors
487
Index of Contributors
493

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Sobre el autor (2000)

Kenneth Kraft, Ph.D., is chair of the Religious Studies department at Lehigh University. He is the author of several books, including The Wheel of Engaged Buddhism: A New Map of the Path.

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