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Lions Roar : January 2017
tures, these things have been passed down. But suddenly, in the last couple of generations, people are very likely to have been born without that very deep formation. So while traditional religious affiliation may be waning, I don’t think spiritual life is waning. Accompanying the demise of inher- ited tradition is the fact that people who have been born without a lot of formation also don’t have much baggage. They have a lot of curiosity. These generations are searching and are really com- mitted to the integrity of joining inner life and outer life. They Krista Tippett is host and creator of the popular public radio program and podcast On Being. She was awarded the National Humanities Medal in 2014. PHOTOBYPETERBECK haven’t necessarily been given opportunities to do that, but they are looking for it and they know they’re in need of it. How much does your audience draw on Buddhist practice and philosophy? Whenever we put out a show with a Buddhist voice on the air, we get what we call “the Buddhist Bump.” All of our major trad- itions have contemplative practices at their heart. But in most traditions they are reserved for experts—the monks, the nuns, LION’S ROAR | JANUARY 2017 47