A Reader’s Guide to Greening Your Bookshelf
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A Reader’s Guide to Greening Your Bookshelf

As spring begins, warmer temperatures and longer days call upon us to deepen our connection to the natural world. We begin spending more time outside and taking notice of all the new growth and colors popping up in the world around us. As a celebration of Earth Day, Shambhala Publications has compiled a guide to books that will help readers to continue to connect to and celebrate the Earth, no matter the season. Continue reading

What to Read this Valentine’s Day
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What to Read this Valentine’s Day

by Lindsay Michko Whether you’re single, in relationship, or “it’s complicated,” February 14th is a day of super-charged emotions: the bliss of being in love, the pangs of loneliness, the bittersweet imperfections of relationship, and everything in between. Regardless of where you fall on this spectrum, the following titles are sure to heighten your Valentine’s … Continue reading

A New Year’s Reflection | Relating to Fear, Anger, and Conflict
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A New Year’s Reflection | Relating to Fear, Anger, and Conflict

2016 was certainly a year of high emotions and global challenges—a confusing and contentious U.S. election, civil wars in Syria and Iraq, Olympic scandals, Brexit, the spread of the Zika virus, continuing international acts of terrorism, and so much more. But as we open the New Year, we also have the opportunity to reflect on … Continue reading

Omnivore’s Blog: The Experience of A Translator
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Omnivore’s Blog: The Experience of A Translator

Sherab Chödzin Kohn, translator of Matthieu Ricard’s new book A Plea for the Animals, gives us a hilarious and poignant glimpse into his experience, as an “unreconstructed omnivore,” of going deep into this call for animal rights. Find out more about the book here: shmb.la/plea I am an unreconstructed omnivore. I shun food trips and diets. My guide … Continue reading