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Lions Roar : July 2014
of miraculous because if they aren’t regenerating, then the hands are dead. So I try to rejoice in the fact that I’m getting a lot of pain in my hands. I could stop working on my legs right now, because I can walk—I could probably dance if I had to—but we’re continu- ing with these pressure garments that I’m wearing.” (They’re like the zippered, tipless gloves he wears, only covering his legs.) “As difficult as things were for us, I think a lot of positive is coming out of it... will come out of it,” Lokos says. “The big thing that dominates all of my thinking right now is that there is this opportunity. In no way was I looking for it—certainly, not in the way I got it!—but there is now this opportunity to be able to reach people like I never could before. Quite frankly, if I had been in an automobile crash and injured exactly the same way, nobody would be interested. Practically everyone’s been in an auto crash. But ‘airplane crash’ grabs everybody’s attention. We had a group of attorneys come here, and when we were all finished, one of them said to me, tearfully, ‘This has been fantastic to meet with you. Usually we only get to meet with the families.’ ” ➢ Lokos with his wife and “perfect partner,” Susanna Weiss, in their Upper West Side home. When they first met she was a professional dancer. Today, she’s Community Meditation Center’s first executive director. When one doctor told Susanna that Allan wouldn’t survive, she replied, “You don’t know this man.” SHAMBHALA SUN JULy 2014 67