Guest Editorial: "It's February. It Won't Last"
Keywords:hermeneutics, Buddhism, grief, suffering, interpretation
The following small reflection was written around a year ago, but it has taken on new urgency for me with Nancy Moules’ (2017) and Kate Beamer’s (2017) writing late last year, and my own more recent (Jardine, 2018), slightly unexpected response.
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