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Lions Roar : July 2011
SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2011 15 ABSOLUTELY HUMAN While I found virtually every article of the March 2011 issue valu- able, I enjoyed Charles Johnson’s “Welcome to Wedgwood” most of all. The story deftly weaves together his inner and outer experienc- es; is colorfully detailed, yet precise; and is full of observations that are rich with practice, yet absolutely human. “Welcome to Wedgwood” is honest and funny and shocking and it burns with a compassionate heart. Thank you for bringing this story to light. Sharon Brown Publisher, Sacred Fire magazine Olympia, Washington CREEPY CRAWLIES I read “In Every Living Thing” (March 2011) by Ronlyn Domingue and I do the same thing she does. Any time I find a little guy, I put him in a plastic box (making sure all legs are inside), and I free him in the yard. The reason I’m writing is to pass on a method I’ve found use- ful: We get some pretty large garden spiders in the house, usually high up on the wall near the ceiling, and I’m able to “rescue” these guys with a telescoping wool duster. I come up under the spider, start swirling the duster slowly, and move in on it. When he’s on the duster (a nice, comfortable eight feet away), I head for the door, and once outside, I knock the duster on something (porch railing, outdoor table) and viola! He’s out of the house and back in his normal habitat. Linda Loba Woodinville, Washington CORRECTION As a result of incorrect information supplied by the photo agency, there is a mistake in the caption on page 44 of the May issue. It is a photograph of the late Tenth Panchen Lama, not of the young Dalai Lama. We apologize for the error. You can be who you are, believe what you want, till a tiny pea patch or endless acreage, and still reap enormous benefits by being in the moment, in your own backyard. — The Philadelphia Inquirer Plant seeds of kindness THE Meditative Gardener Cultivating Mindfulness of Body, Feelings, and Mind by CHERYL WILFONG 1-800-345-6665