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Lions Roar : September 2008
SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2008 17 studying the teachings I can say that this is just my life, plain and simple. The dualis- tic attitude of this situation—being right or wrong, good or bad—doesn’t plague me. I know there is no specific, set plan my life is supposed to follow. I wouldn’t change one single part of my life at this point. I have learned, loved, and lived my life to the absolute fullest. None of this would’ve been possible without loving-kindness. Derrick A. Hecox Sr. Ina, Illinois A PRISONER’S GUIDE You have been sending me your publica- tion through the goodness of your heart for almost a year now. I asked for a sub- scription and stated that I had no money but am a beginning Buddhist. Well, I still have no money, but the wealth that I have gained from reading your publication cannot be measured. I consider each one a “special collector’s edition” and a personal guide for living, growing, and loving. I don’t know how long you intend to keep me on your mailing list, but I hope it is for the duration of my sentence. I am a prisoner (only in the legal sense) in the Texas Judicial System. Thank you again, and I wish you good fortune and many blessings. Michael Fisk Amarillo, Texas CORRECTIONS Because of an editing error, the headline on page 58 of the July issue misstated the title of the yoga and Buddhism workshops taught by Cyndi Lee and David Nichtern. The workshops are titled “Yoga Body, Buddha Mind.” • On page 51 of the July issue, a Sanskrit inscription illustrating the article “Yoga’s Path to Liberation” was incorrectly trans- lated. The correct translation is, “Then, pure awareness can abide in its very nature.” ♦ You need to start taking care of yourself or you’re going to grow old and die. SEPT 1-17.indd 17 SEPT 1-17.indd 17 7/7/08 9:42:12 AM 7/7/08 9:42:12 AM