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Lions Roar : January 2010
ShAMBhALA SUn JAnUAry 2010 17 rinpoche. his idea that there is some- thing in all of us that is basically good but which transcends notions of good and bad is a refreshing contrast to the idea of original sin. This part hit home: “Seeing yourself is the first aspect, dis- covering all sorts of terrible things go- ing on in you... If you begin to do that, you are being an honest person. Then, beyond that, you have to have further vi- sion. Your honesty allows you to realize your goodness.” Clara Cano vancouver, British Columbia NOTE TO SUBSCRIBERS As part of our continuing commitment to environmental responsibility and reduced waste, we are mailing this issue of the Shambhala Sun without a plastic wrap. As always, our customer service includes replacing missing or damaged copies. We will be monitoring the effects of this change on postal delivery, and hope to continue this resource-saving measure. Do you ever wish you had some stuff? aDVENTUROUS SPIRIT Your entire November 2009 Shambhala Sun was really great! Thank you, especially, for Barry Boyce’s informative, straightfor- ward, and insightful article about spiritual explorer huston Smith. may we all have Smith’s admirable open-mindedness and adventurous spirit when it comes to our practice(s)! Paul richards Boulder, montana lIFE IS BEaUTIFUl Thank you for publishing the gem of a story “So Sad, No Problem” (November 2009) by Jaimal Yogis. The moment I finished read- ing it, I burst into tears and my heart burst open in wonder at the beauty life shows us if we only let it. Thank you, Jaimal! Jenna humphreys Santa Barbara, California BaSIC GOODNESS I was very inspired by “Facing Yourself ” (November 2009) by Chögyam Trungpa