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Lions Roar : March 2006
p::: ÇQ p::: z o Q @ o E--< o ::r: p., This is th e Bu Love , as The great Buddhist teacher THICH NHAT HANH talks with Melvin McLeod, editor of the Shambhala Sun, about non- self, interdependence, and the love that expands until it has no limit. One of the best parts of my job as editor of the Shambhala Sun is the chance to discuss dharma seriously, even intimately, with great teachers. I'm a Buddhist stu- dent before I'm a journalist, and the questions I ask are often ones that have deep meaning to me as a person and a practitioner. The result is less an interview, in the standard sense, than the record of a teaching that I received. This is a great honor and privilege for me, and I hope it is of benefit to you. I met Thich Nhat Hanh at Deer Park Monastery near San Diego, a mix of East and West, funky and elegant, mindful and playful. It sits in a little mountain valley in splendid isolation from the suburbs just a mile away. Many of its low, one-story buildings have the temporary feel of an army camp (it has been a nudist camp and a police training center), but its elegant new meditation hall is of majestic scale. Outside, young Vietnamese-American monks play basketball while elderly nuns in traditional conical hats sweep leaves off the dry ground, and earnest Western lay >- Thich Nhat Hanh leading the Peace Is Every Step peace walk in MacArthur Park, Los Angeles, on October 8, 2005. 50 SHAMBHALA SUN MARCH 2006