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Lions Roar : March 2016
Kate Johnson: Freedom Is Possible My favorite teachings are freedom stories. I once was caught, but now am free / I once was lost, but now am found. In all traditions, people have been gathering together in sacred circles to share stories like these for a very, very long time. In the Buddha’s teachings, freedom is prominently located Hear the Lions Roar “The proclamation of the dharma,” said the Buddha, “is as fearless as a lion’s roar.” We ask the 14 teachers featured on our cover: What’s the most important teaching to proclaim in today’s troubled world? in the third noble truth—nibbana, the cessation of suffering. In other words: FREEDOM IS POSSIBLE. Right now—when the gulf between rich and poor is as deep as it was during the Great Depression, when already chronic anti-Black and anti-immigrant violence has reached epidemic proportions, when we’ve hurt the earth and air and water—we need this teaching more than ever. LION’S ROAR | MARCH 2016 38