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[[FMH]] Contents Introduction Part One: Getting Hooked: Attachment and Desire 1. Desire, Delusion, and DVDs ? Joseph Goldstein 2. How We Get Hooked, How We Get Unhooked ? Pema Chödrön 3. The Inner Pursuit of Happiness ? Ruben Habito 4. Young Buddhists in Shopping Shangri-La ? Sumi Loundon 5. Marketing the Dharma ? Thubten Chödrön 6. You are What you Download ? Diana Winston Part Two: Practicing with Desire: Using Buddhist tools 7. Cultivating the Wisdom Gaze ? Judith Simmer-Brown 8. No River Bigger than Tanha ? Pracha Hutanawatr and Jane Rasbash 9. Taming the "I Want" Mind ? Sunyana Graef 10. Penetrating the Tangle ? Stephanie Kaza 11. Form and Elegance with Just Enough ? Rita Gross 12. Consuming Time ? David Loy and Linda Goodhew Part Three: Buddhist Ethics of Consumption 13. Three Robes is Enough ? Ajahn Amaro 14. Practicing Generosity in a Consumer World ? Santikaro Bhikkhu 15. Wash Your Bowls ? Norman Fischer 16. Green Power in Contemporary Japan ? Duncan Williams 17. Mutual Correction ? David Chappell Notes Bibliography Contributors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Desire -- Religious aspects -- Buddhism.
Buddhism -- Doctrines.