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Since we couldn't decide which feature best fit our Art of Living section, we made it the theme for the entire issue. This issue is full of surprises of the best kind. You'll meet remarkable people doing remarkable things: the abbot of the Berkeley Buddhist monastery, Reverend Heng Sure, social artist Lily Yeh and Ayurvedic doctor and Sarbonne professor, Eduardo Cardona. That's just for starts. As always, there's more. Editor's Introduction

 

Issue# 29               November 2014

Art of Living

Table of Contents

Art of Social Transformation
A Conversation with Lily Yeh

Portfolio: Sam Nejati

Cultivation & Practice
A Conversation with Reverend Heng Sure

Revisiting Alameda

First, One Has to Be
A Conversation with Dr. Eduardo Cardona-Sanclemente

Portfolio: Roberto Fierro

Making it Real
Terrance Meyer

Mirrors & Manifestations
John Upton and David Ulrich

Letters

Indigo Animal
Rue Harrison

 
 
 
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