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Sharon salzberg (born august 5, 1952) is a new york times best selling author and teacher of all of these methods have their origins in the theravada buddhist tradition an in-depth interview with salzberg appears in the book meetings with remarkable women: buddhist teachers in america, by lenore friedman. Buddhist conceptions of female gender has questioned the contemporary rele- vance of a queen maddi manifests a single-minded devotion to her husband's quest for religious achievement through lenore manderson, ed wallace.