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Lions Roar : January 2010
on the cover: The Seventeenth Karmapa, photographed by James Gritz © The Karmapa Foundation Contents 4 ShAMBhALA SUn JAnUAry 2010 FeAtUreS It Would Be a Pity to Waste a Good Crisis Zen teacher John Tarrant offers seven guidelines for taking advantage of life’s crises and surprises. New Face of an Ancient Lineage As lineage holder of the 1,000-year-old Kagyu tradition, the 17th Karmapa is one of the world’s most important Buddhist figures. At 24, he shares his generation’s concerns about peace, the environment, and the world’s future. Barry Boyce reports on how he is uniting the ancient and the modern. The Practice of a Bodhisattva The bodhisattva’s commitment to others manifests in the practice of the six perfections. But as the 17th Karmapa explains, even the ultimate virtues have a dark side we must be wary of. Dharma 2.0 Andrea Miller profiles six young Buddhists bringing new issues, styles, and passions to their spiritual practice. The Five of Us Lily Koppel, author of The Red Leather Diary, re- connects with her childhood circle to explore the spiritual quest of a generation. For 30 YeArS The BeST oF BUDDhISm IN AmerICA meditation We conclude our 30th anniversary celebration with a selection of great meditation teachings from the pages of the Shambhala Sun. Blossoms Falling Natalie Goldberg finds herself hanging suspended between a Zen koan, an ailing hippo, and a “Who am I?” cry to greasy mechanics. 51 44 38 54 66 73 60 PhoToBYToNYmATTheWS