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Lions Roar : July 2017
CONTENTS PHOTOBYZHIWEIXU FEATURES 34 LOVE—IT’S WHAT REALLY MAKES US HAPPY Robert Waldinger is a Zen priest and leader of the longest-running study of hu- man happiness. As Andrea Miller tells us, he’s found that science and Buddhism agree on what makes life happy and meaningful. 40 JACK KORNFIELD: BE FREE NOW One of the leading Buddhist teachers of our time talks with editor-in-chief Melvin McLeod about his hopeful new message: We can have joy and freedom—right here, right now. 42 PRACTICE: MIND LIKE THE SKY How to rest in the open awareness that’s the true nature of your mind. 44 DON’T WAIT TO BE HAPPY! A heartfelt message to us from Jack Kornfield 46 THE DALAI LAMA: WHY THE WORLD NEEDS HIM MORE THAN EVER At a time when so much hangs in the balance, 12 leading teachers, writers, and activists reflect on why we need the Dalai Lama and his message of compassion, nonviolence, and caring for the earth more than ever. • The Visionary by Daniel Goleman • The Inspiration by Richard Gere • The Unifier by Krista Tippett • The Teacher for All God’s Children by Rev. Dr. Joan Brown Campbell • The Beacon of Love by Jack Kornfield • The Bodhisattva by Robert Thurman 56 THE EXTRAORDINARY JOURNEY OF A SIMPLE BUDDHIST MONK From village child to Nobel laureate—a photobiography of the 14th Dalai Lama. 68 CRISIS ON THE ROOF OF THE WORLD Repression, economics, demographics—John DeMont reports that China’s three-pronged campaign to assimilate Tibet has entered a critical new stage. • The Lamp for Our Path by Jan Willis • The Voice of Tibetan Freedom by Thupten Jinpa • The Ethicist by Sylvia Boorstein • The Ordinary Become Extraordinary by Jon Kabat-Zinn • The Heart of Compassion by Roshi Joan Halifax • The Spiritual Revolutionary by Adam Bucko