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Lions Roar : May 2011
Beyond “Us” & “Them” We need to view everyone as our brothers and sisters, to see that “others” are actually “us,” says the Dalai Lama. Real Happiness Renowned Buddhist teacher Sharon Salzberg on the myriad benefits of a daily meditation practice. Getting Started Sharon Salzberg explains the ins and outs of meditating on the breath, the foundation of contemplative practice. A Way of Seeing The practice of contemplative photography doesn’t just change the way we take pictures, it changes the way we view the world. Andy Karr and Michael Wood show us how to see with fresh eyes. Making Peace in America’s Cities The Dalai Lama inspires a new generation of urban activists who know that inner and outer peace are one. Barry Boyce on two cities where they’re making a difference. The Power of Nonviolence The Newark Peace Education Summit, headlined by the Dalai Lama, is a roll-up-your- sleeves symposium focusing on innovative ways to deal with tough problems in urban America. The Dalai Lama: The Making of a Spiritual Hero Stephan Talty explores the key events of the Dalai Lama’s early life that freed him from the strictures of his traditional role and made him the world spiritual leader we know today. Features 35 32 42 49 50 62 Contents 54 56 4 sHaMBHaLa suN May 2011 42 50 56 PhoToBymAERyAN