October 1990 Buddhism Now

Cover of the October 1990 Buddhism Now. Art © Marcelle Hanselaar

From this issue:

Einstein and Contemplation
by John Aske

And the essence of Cat is this — not to assume, not to predict that there will be a rat and that it will run this way or that, and you must jump on it. These are thoughts, and a good cat doesn’t catch a rat with thoughts. A cat merely ob­serves, and there is no choice in this observation. It is merely the fulfilment of being a cat…

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Buddhist Publishing Group (BPG) published the first issue of Buddhism Now in February 1989.

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1 reply

  1. Observing, identifying are the most important. Thanks for the message.


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