Mindfulness Bell #14

Mindfulness Bell #14
  • From the Editors

    We've had a wonderful spring and summer, traveling to four countries in Asia with Thich Nhat Hanh, Sister Chan Khong, and the Western monks and nuns of Plum Village. A very full account of this trip begins on page 20. We're also continuing to…

  • Poem: Open the Road Wider

    Hair which is the color of precious woodis now offered as incense.Beauty becomes eternity.How wonderful the awareness of impermanence! Since everything is as a dream,the true mind is determined to lead the way.After listening to the voice of the rising…

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The Joy of Simplicity

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Accepting Mortality

By Elizabeth Baker Until two years ago, the idea of mortality rested in a distant corner of my mind. But things changed with the death of of our family friend, Lacey Fosburgh—a…

Right Action in Prison Work

By Dai-En Bennage When we resolve to live by the Noble Eightfold Path, teaching meditation in prisons can bring special challenges. Seven federal correctional institutions stand amidst the gentle, rolling mountains and corn…

Stopping Violent Play

By Daphne White Four years ago, I attended a retreat with Thich Nhat Hanh that literally changed my life. I was deeply moved by his words, "You don't need to arrive anywhere.…

Finding a Way Home

By Jim Fauss Whenever I catch myself reacting to people with anger, I realize that I am in forgetfulness and not mindfulness. When I look deeply, I discover that these people are really…

Thich Quang Do Sentenced

By Stephen Denney In the last issue of The Mindfulness Bell (Spring 1995), we reported the arrests in late December 1994 and early January 1995 of two high-ranking monks of the Unified…

Reflections on Nuns’ Conference

By Sister Annabel Laity A retreat seminar, "The Future of a Bhiksuni Order in the West," held June 25-30, 1995, was the first time we as nuns in Plum Village had organized…

Letters

Thank you for your continuing efforts in publishing The Mindfulness Bell. It truly serves as such in our household. I like to leave it around to happen upon it while doing other work. Seeing…

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What is Mindfulness

Thich Nhat Hanh January 15, 2020

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