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Parabola 43:1 Wealth
Parabola 43:1 Wealth
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Parabola 43:1 Spring 2018

Wealth

“You cannot serve both God and mammon,” advises Jesus in the Gospel of St. Matthew, but many of us spend our lives trying to do just that. Our inner search is real—and so is our desire for the pleasures of this world and the money that can buy them.

In this Spring 2018 issue on “Wealth,” we explore how men and women, great teachers and ordinary sinners alike, have approached this fundamental challenge of human existence: God, mammon, or both? The ways are many. Most radical are those, including monastics, who choose voluntary poverty, a path considered here by Zen teacher L.F. Habito; and their opposites, the impossibly wealthy, the 1% of the 1%, who may desire to make good moral use of their fortunes, in this issue represented by Andrew Carnegie, father of modern philanthropy. In between arise a choir of voices, from Beatle George Harrison debating whether to fund his guru’s book, to bestselling Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard, who tells of a Tibetan saint and his brush with a robber, to a Native American woman who reminds us that wealth includes community, knowledge, and tradition.

We are particularly pleased to present in these pages an excerpt from the new book Paris Meetings 1943, transcripts of the meetings that G.I. Gurdjieff held with his students that year in Nazi-occupied Paris. The notes of the meeting of December 23rd that appear in this issue touch directly upon questions of money and payment.

It’s clear from this record and others that Gurdjieff, who pursued money, used it as a form of energy to further inner work, both his own and others’. In itself money may be neutral, like fire; but with an equal ability—again like fire—to serve humanity or to consume it, wealth demands to be approached with wisdom. May this issue help all of us to do that.
—Jeff Zaleski

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ESSAYS AND CONVERSATIONS

The Editors, Pour You Out a Blessing: In praise of the divine

Joshua M. Greene, My Sweet Lord: George Harrison answers the call

Eliezer Shore, The Temple of Amount: Searching for symbol in a world of number

Ruben L.F. Habito, Treasures in Heaven: A Zen master ponders the words of Jesus

Kyle Holton, A World of Sound: Listening to the Yao

G.I. Gurdjieff, You Must Have an Aim: Paris, December 23, 1943: What was said

Matthieu Ricard, Free From All Attachment: A Tibetan Buddhist master encounters a robber

David Ulrich, Power of Attention: Photography as sight and insight

The Editors, Put Your Hands to Work and Your Hearts to God: What teachers did before they taught

Sherri Mitchell, The Indigenous Way of Life: Ancestral wisdom and Native values

Alexandra Haven, The Nothingness of Time: Encountering eternity in the treasures of Egypt

Andrew Carnegie, Lasting Good: The world's richest man gives and gives

James Hollis, What Gift Have You Been Withholding from the World: A Jungian teacher on opening to life

EPICYCLES

Hagaromo: The Robe of Heaven | Zeami Motokiyo / Japanese Noh

Retold by Kenneth E. Lawrence, translated by Edward Kai Lawrence, Art by Kumiko Lawrence

The Story of Queen Khema | Anonymous / Buddhist

Retold by Margo McLoughlin from the commentary on the Therigatha

POEM

Martha Heynemann, Sunrise Watching

TANGENT

Tracy Cochran, Fusterlandia: A visit to Havana, a priceless discovery

BOOK REVIEWS

The Sufi Doctrine of Rumi: Illustrated Edition

William Chittick / reviewed by Samuel Bendeck Sotillos

The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation

Richard Rohr with Mike Maorrell / reviewed by Patty de Llosa

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