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Lions Roar : March 2006
Contents MARCH 2006 50 FEATURES 34 What Is the Worth of the Wind River Mountains? "The beauty of the natural world is given to us;' says Gretel Ehrlich, "but we abuse the gift by not looking, by using it for profit, by not recognizing its intrinsic value." 41 You Are the River Are we really so separate? Derrick Jensen proposes a visualization. 42 The Fourth MOll1ent Chögyam Trungpa on meditation, the spiritual path, and the experience of basic mind beyond relative time. 49 Taking a Shower and Getting Dressed The path from shamatha to vipashyana meditation. 50 This Is the Buddha's Love An in-depth conversation with Thich Nhat Hanh about what the world needs in the twenty-first century, practicing the Buddha's love, and why true self is non -self. 56 A Monk for All Seasons Thich Nhat Hanh's popular image doesn't do justice to his accom- plishments as a Buddhist teacher, scholar, and activist. 58 Returning HOll1e Thich Nhat Hanh offers a guided meditation to relax the body and mind. Fully present, fully alive, we find we are already home. 64 Why Aren't We Listening to This Man? Stephen Lewis is telling us about the greatest tragedy in the world today: millions are dying, tens of millions more will die, and a con- tinent is being destroyed. He's also telling us we can prevent it. 69 The Dill1ensions of the Disaster A report on AIDS in Africa. ON THE COVER And on this page, left: Thich Nhat Hanh, photographed by Don Farber in Los Angeles, 2005.