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Lions Roar : November 2015
SHARE YOUR WISDOM What Buddhist book has meant the most to you? In Peace Is Every Step by Thich Nhat Hanh, I learned breathing meditation to manage the anxiety and fear that comes with chronic pain and how to accept medical issues I had. I incorporated what I learned into my private clinical practice, helping clients appreciate, accept, and embrace their uniqueness. —Karen E. Adelwerth, Bellport Village, New York Joanna Macy’s Mutual Causality in Buddhism and General Systems Theory is a wonderfully clarifying book on karma, showing us its principles at work in the world around us. —Kaizan Horyo, Austin, Texas Next issue: Do you think of Buddhism as religion, philosophy, or psychology? Why? Send your answer and photo to