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Lions Roar : July 2006
Contents FEATURES Weekend at Bernie’s Trish Deitch Rohrer visits Roshi Bernie Glassman and asks him the question he has faced through his many incarnations, from peacemaker to social activist to clown: Is this Zen? Why Can’t “I” Be Happy? The renowned French Buddhist monk and author Matthieu Ricard explains that genuine happiness is only possible after we under- stand the fundamental mistake that is the root of our unhappiness. Walking the Talk The Shambhala Sun talks to seven people who are expressing their Buddhist practice through active, skillful engagement in the world. Bodhidharma’s Beard A teaching by Roshi Bernie Glassman on bearing witness to all of life, including the sufferings we usually close our eyes to. “don’t hesitate get laid that’s wisdom” Poems by the iconoclastic Zen monk Ikkyu Love Fights the Power Barry Boyce tells the story of the famed feminist and social critic bell hooks, and how she came to embrace activism without enemies and a visionary kind of love. Toward a Worldwide Culture of Love bell hooks traces her thirty-year meditation on love, power, and Buddhism, and concludes that the practice of love is the most powerful antidote to the politics of domination. On the Shores of Lake Biwa Natalie Goldberg finds out how tough Zen training can really be, but in the end reaches Almond Joy. SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2006 2 32 52 PETERCUNNINGHAM 32 40 44 52 58 64 68 38