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Lions Roar : November 2015
Who knows how long I’ve loved you? You know I love you still. Will I wait a lonely lifetime? If you want me to, I will. THE BEATLES Wherever you are, just try being the host. You will always be at home. LINJI YIXUAN Good Friend Making friends with myself. What does that mean? Don’t there have to be two of me to make friends with me? Making friends with myself is something I might have to feel my way into. Our minds do a lot of things all by themselves. They are often plotting and scheming and running after shiny objects. That’s fine, but setting that aside for a minute, what’s it like to be you? This question is for you and only you can answer it. So you don’t need to reach outside what you have. So let’s try an experiment in making friends with yourself: What’s it like to be you? JOHN TARRANT, ROSHI, directs the Pacific Zen Institute, which teaches koans to beginners and is also a finishing school for koan teachers. He is the author of Bring Me the Rhinoceros and Other Zen Koans That Will Save Your Life, writes the online koan course Zenosaurus, and publishes the new online Zen magazine Uncertainty Club. SHAMBHALA SUN NOVEMBER 2015 53