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Lions Roar : March 2015
PHOTOBYRANDYP.MARTIN father’s, a strange and testy Dane named Steen, who hated to lose at chess, though he usually did, even against inept me. I took a skin of wine, a loaf of the crusty local bread, some cheese, and fruit in a pack with the sleeping bag and made my way by bus. I don’t recall what I said to my father or sisters, but I told my mother I was going for a mystical experience. Odd as it may seem, she accepted this. She knew I had an intense relationship with nature. She used to joke with friends, when I was little, “Terry is so cute. He talks to trees.” I had been feeling E-Vam Institute NYC Tranquility in the middle of the city Now in Long Island City, Queens, E-Vam provides easy access to teachings and courses by esteemed teachers from many different Buddhist traditions, including the Kagyu and Nyingma schools of Tibetan Buddhism, Zen and Theravadin tradtions. • Meditation, Yoga and Teachings • Online Classes and Study Groups • Space available for rent E-Vam Institute 38-28 32nd Street, Long Island City