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Lions Roar : May 2010
SHAMBHALA SUN MAy 2010 19 life besides that. Sometimes keeping the house tidy and cooking dinner (and break- fast and lunch) is just too much, and my partner and I fight about whose turn it is to clean the toilet. At other times we have one of those quiet fights that only happen in my mind. I’m washing dishes and I’m thinking, why isn’t he doing this? Doesn’t he understand that I have an assignment to do? How can he be so insensitive? Miller’s essay didn’t magically change all of that, but it did give me something to work with. Now when I feel myself spinning off into resentment because I’m doing the washing up, I think about what Miller was trying to tell me. The task at hand isn’t keeping me away from my life; it is my life. I can use the task as a medita- tion. Thanks for helping me see the dirty bits of my life in a different way! Also, thank you for the Judith Simmer- Brown article in the March 2010 issue about finding the beauty in the hard work of relationships. I guess I needed that teaching, too. Great issue all in all. Stephanie MacDonnell Boston, Massachusetts Well, Leonard, you’ve finally convinced me — it’s all totally hopeless. I’m going to seek professional help. open it with anticipation, and read it with gusto. In particular, the two most recent issues—one reporting on the new face of an ancient lineage (January 2010) and the other embracing mindful living in all its aspects (March 2010)—have really helped me. Thank you! Lynne Macready New South wales, Australia Re-eXaMinatiOn In your interview with Jon Kabat-zinn (March 2010), he cites Aristotle as the source of the famous quote: “The un- examined life is not worth living.” But I believe that the proper attribution is to Socrates (via Plato). Susan Corrente Brunswick, Maine the diRty Bits Thanks for Karen Maezen Miller’s essay, Do Dishes, Rake Leaves (And Don’t For- get the Endless Loads of Laundry), in your March 2010 issue. I work full time, study part time, and try to have some kind of 335 Meads Mt. Rd. , Woodstock, NY 12498 845.679.5906 x 10