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Lions Roar : March 2010
SHAMBHALA SUN MARCH 2010 15 child. Well, there is always room for a sequel, no matter the outcome. I liked her first book and look forward to see- ing the movie. Posted by a guest at shambhalasun.com/ sunspace CORRECTION On page 59 of the January 2010 issue, it says incorrectly that Trevor Maloney meets weekly with the Young Adult Dharma Council. The group with which he meets weekly is Young Dharma San Francisco. NOTE TO SUBSCRIBERS As part of our continuing commitment to environmental responsibility and re- duced waste, we are mailing this issue of the Shambhala Sun without a plastic wrap. As always, our customer service includes replacing missing or damaged copies. We will be monitoring the effects of this change on postal delivery, and hope to continue this resource-saving measure. There’s death after death? EAT, PRAY, TAKE LITTLE PIECES OF EACH OTHER About the Q&A with Elizabeth Gilbert (January 2010): Could it really be true that when you have sex with someone, they take a piece of you with them for- ever and you take a piece of them? What is the Buddhist take on this? Where does this info come from? Telling a person that they’ve put a bit of themselves care- lessly into someone else’s hands could do a lot of damage to that person, par- ticularly if they never had any intention of being promiscuous and it just sort of happened in their youth. It sounds like judgment and one could spend lots of time crying over this. It sounds like a good idea to be careful but what about the individuals who didn’t have this info until now. Are they doomed to have little bit of themselves floating around out there? Is there a program to get their bits back? What about people who were coerced or raped? I think it is brave of Elizabeth Gilbert to write a book called Committed whilst being a newlywed, since everything changes after having a