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Lions Roar : September 2007
SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2007 11 Contributors PERRY GARFINKEL (“Politics of a Still Mind,” page 62) has been a journalist for thirty-five years and is a longtime contribu- tor to the New York Times and National Geographic. Garfinkel “precariously straddles the fence between skeptic and believer” and has covered the convergence of East and West since return- ing from his first trip to India in 1973. Freelance writer SUSAN McCLELLAND found that writing “Ishmael Beah’s Long Way Back” (page 36) was the beginning of a journey that led to many connections between people. On the surface, McClelland says, her article is about storytelling, but “behind the scenes it is about compassion, awareness, and action.” Filmmaker, writer, and media activist VELCROW RIPPER (“I Am Home,” page 50) creates documentaries that deal with the central issues of our time. Among his thirty films are the Canadian Academy Award winners Bones of the Forest and Scared Sacred. He is now shooting Fierce Light, a theatrical feature documentary about spiritual activism around the world. ROD MEADE SPERRY (“From The Worst Horse’s Mouth,” page 97) is the media and marketing developer for Wisdom Publications and the editor of the independent website TheWorstHorse.net. “Some think that dharma and modern culture shouldn’t overlap,” he says, “but big things happen when they do: great connections, great dharma friends, and profound personal expressions.” SUSAN MOON is a writer and longtime Zen practitioner living in Berkeley, California. For many years Moon was the editor of Turning Wheel, the journal of socially engaged Buddhism. She recently retired in order to focus on her writing, photography, and new granddaughter. She is currently working on a collection of essays, of which “Grandmother Mind” (page 73) is one. PHILLIP MOFFITT (“Awakening in the Body,” page 44) is a member of the Spirit Rock Teachers’ Council and the founder and president of the Life Balance Institute. He teaches vipassana meditation and mind- ful movement at retreat centers throughout the U.S. His book, Dancing with Life: Buddhist Insights for Moving from Suffering to Joy, will be published by Rodale in March 2008. CHERHAWRYSHSASHARYERSONGREGORYPALMER RULING YOUR WORLD Ancient Strategies for Modern Life SAKYOng MIPHAM $24.95 audio program For the first time ever in audio, Sakyong Mipham presents the most powerful and transform- ative ideas from his recent book Ruling Your World. In this three-CD workshop, he reveals how we can employ the strategies of the ancient Shambhala rulers to increase our own spiritual and worldly success. With a fresh and witty style, Sak- yong Mipham makes the lessons and myths of the great rulers and warriors of Shambhala relevant to our twenty-first-century lives. Follow his practical instructions for creating a Shambhala in your own world, bringing peace, purpose, and perspective into your life and environment. Shambhala Public ations Receive a 20% discount online at www.shambhala.com SEPT 1-17.indd 11 SEPT 1-17.indd 11 6/25/07 4:26:33 PM 6/25/07 4:26:33 PM