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Lions Roar : November 2010
6 SHAMBHALA SUN NoveMBer 2010 FeAtUreS 40 34 44 51 52 64 56 Dead Like Me He tries to distract himself, but sometimes the grim-reaper thoughts just keep on coming. Here, in thirteen ways, Ira Sukrungruang explores what it means to be dead. Through the Dharma Gate The location of the gate is fixed and known, but what will happen there can’t be predicted. Joan Sutherland on what we experience in the place where form and formlessness meet. Wise Heart Jack Kornfield’s synthesis of deep Buddhist practice and modern psychological insight has made him one of the most influential spiritual teachers of our time. Steve Silberman tells the fascinating story of Kornfield’s voyage from West to East and back. The Buddha Is Still Teaching The true Buddha isn’t limited to the body or mind of a particular person who lived long ago. He is present today, says Jack Kornfield, in teachers pointing the way to a timeless freedom. 69 60 Age-Old Affinity Taking her newborn to an assisted living facility, Misha Becker discovers the mysterious kinship between the very old and the very young. Stand by Me Lin Jensen opens his heart to a schoolyard bully and learns that there isn’t much hope for any of us when some of us are left out. Survival of the Kindest Paul Ekman reveals Charles Darwin’s real view of compassion—and it’s not what you might think. Darwin’s belief that altruism is a vital part of life is being confirmed by modern science. The Cosmos Wakes Up It’s been a fourteen-billion-year journey from simple hydrogen to Mahatma Gandhi. David Loy asks: Is evolution the universe waking up to itself? Awake in the Wild Whether we’re in a pristine rainforest or our own backyard, nature is always available to deepen our mindfulness. Here are Mark Coleman’s wilderness tips. Contents 19 44 34