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Lions Roar : September 2016
SVETLANADEKIC MEET A TEACHER Brad Warner BORN IN OHIO. Moved to Africa as a child, then back to Ohio. Got deeply involved in the hardcore punk scene there as the bass player for Zero Defex, whose big song was “Drop the A-Bomb On Me.” At Kent State University, I took a class called Zen Buddhism because I couldn’t find a class about Hinduism. I made zazen a daily practice because it made so much sense. Made a bunch of indie-label records that got critical acclaim but no sales. Moved to Japan, not for Zen but to teach English, since I was broke. Worked for a company that made deliciously bad monster movies (which I loved). Found a Zen teacher in Tokyo named Gudo Nishijima. He talked me into taking dharma transmission. Wrote a book about that. Moved to Los Angeles, which is more foreign to an Ohioan than Japan. Wrote more books. Travel all the time and teach all over the place. I still have no idea what I’m doing, but I keep on doing it anyway. ♦ LION’S ROAR | SEPTEMBER 2016 38 CULTURE • LIFE • PRACTICE