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Lions Roar : September 2015
SHARE YOUR WISDOM How does Buddhism affect your consumer choices? My Zen practice helps me appreciate less than perfect fruit. I typically buy fruit that others won’t, like Suzuki Roshi did. —Jeff Johnson, San Francisco, California When it comes to food and the horror of slaughterhouses, many Buddhists won’t “go there.” But when I started to study Buddhism it became so clear: all beings deserve to be happy and feel safe. —Corinne Beuchet, Manzanita, Oregon Next issue: What Buddhist book has been the most important to you and why? Send your answer and photo to