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Lions Roar : September 2011
SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2011 53 D ISSATISFACTION: Mick Jagger and Keith Richards wrote a song about it: “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” What we want is just out of sight, just out of reach, but always in mind. We say to ourselves: I would be just fine if... If the internet were working, if I could just find some- one to clean up the yard, if my partner weren’t so preoccupied with work, if my job were more interesting, if I could lose that ten pounds, if the weather were better, if I had more money. If, if, if! Now, let’s say your plump fairy godmother arrives in a poof of light and fixes everything for you: the internet works at blazing speed; an organic gar- dener appears and offers to rake your leaves; your partner decides to forget about work and take you to Paris; you are offered an exciting promotion; you not only lose the weight but your metabolism changes and now you can eat whatever you want... yada, yada, yada. Are you satisfied now? Well, are you? I didn’t think so. Your dissatisfaction, however, is good news. It’s the best news, actually. If you’re still dissatisfied, even when you get what you think you want, it’s Loving Ourselves The Buddha in the Mirror If we have the courage to look at ourselves honestly, we see both our flaws and our basic goodness, known in the Buddhist tradition as our buddhanature. This, says CAROLYN ROSE GIMIAN, is the ground for truly loving others. PHOTOBYLIZAMATTHEWS