Vol. 9  No. 2
Summer 2002
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[ CONTENTS ]

SERVING WITHOUT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Volunteers give without asking for anything in return.
DEALING WITH BAD WATER
Finding sustainable sources of clean water for southern Taiwan is a monumental task.
WATER FOR OUR FUTURE GENERATIONS
There are many difficulties in protecting water for our descendants.
WU A-SUN: THE ETERNAL WANDERLUST
This artist finds inspiration in his travels around the world.
THE STORY OF DHARMA MASTER YIN SHUN
The humanized Buddhism that this great monk taught has been a basic inspiration for Tzu Chi.
LI FENG-SHIH: THE MOST HUMBLE DIVISION CHIEF
With Project Hope nearing completion, photographer Juan I-jong begins to introduce remarkable Tzu Chi volunteers.
SENDING WARMTH TO FREEZING GUIZHOU
It looks like Shangri-la, but life here is very hard.
TWELVE THOUSAND HOPES
TIMA members and volunteers help flood victims in Indonesia.
A PLANE WITH ONE WING
A boy with cancer shows how to face challenges in life.
LET GREAT LOVE CIRCULATE AROUND THE WORLD
Recycling can help wash away greed and hatred and transform the world into a Pure Land.
TAO AN
This early monk helped elevate Buddhism from a folk cult to a higher spiritual practice.
GRANDPA LI REMEMBERS THE PAST
Passing time can't shake Grandpa Li's love for his hometown.
TWO CATS AND A DOG AT THE ABODE OF STILL THOUGHTS
All living beings in this world possess a compassionate nature.
STILL THOUGHTS--THE CARTOON VERSION
Nothing belongs to us forever.
THE HOT-TEMPERED TURKEY
A bad temper can make you ugly.
EVENTS IN THE TZU CHI WORLD
Tzu Chi briefs from around the world.