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Lions Roar : November 2016
THIS DHARMA LIFE Dropping In Again MICHAEL STONE on picking up skateboarding again at age 42—this time as a spiritual practice. I STOPPED SKATEBOARDING when I was thirteen. Well, that’s not quite true; my parents forbade me to skate. On Fridays after school, a very pretty older girl would come to visit her grandmother in the house next door. I positioned myself in front of that house, rehearsing my favorite skating tricks, waiting for her to make an appearance. But just as she came out, I misjudged the delicate balance of my back foot on the deck and the board flew straight up into my mouth. Blood poured from my face and I ran dripping into my house, covered in it. My father drove me to the hospital, and I required a fair amount of stitches (painful!) and dental work (expensive!). No more skateboarding. MICHAELSTONE Buddhist teacher and activist MICHAEL STONE is the author of Nothing To It. He is the featured teacher in the new Lion’s Roar online course “Fundamentals of Buddhist Meditation” at learn.lionsroar.com. NINE GATES MYSTERY SCHOOL LION’S ROAR | NOVEMBER 2016 24