I heart The Shambhala Sun. Do you? If so…

Via elephant journal
on Sep 8, 2009
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The Shambhala Sun magazine is, in my experience, one of the few magazines that earns the paper it’s printed on, and deserves still to be a magazine in this virtual, new media day and age. But, like The New Yorker and other favorite magazines, it only survives and thrives if we support it by suscribing and reading.

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3 Responses to “I heart The Shambhala Sun. Do you? If so…”

  1. Chris in Texas says:

    Thanks for the reminder! Just went out a bought a copy.

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