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Lions Roar : May 2006
SHAMBHALA SUN MAY 2006 11 NORMAN FISCHER (“Beautiful Snowflakes,” page 54) is the au- thor of many volumes of poetry, the latest of which is I Was Blown Back (Singing Horse Press, 2005). He has studied, practiced, and taught Zen for more years than he can remember at this point. He lives on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, where he ponders the nature of waves and water. CHRISTINA FELDMAN (“She Who Hears the Cries of the World,” page 66) is the author of, most recently, Compassion: Listening to the Cries of the World (Rodmell Press). She is cofounder and a guid- ing teacher at Gaia House, a Buddhist meditation center in Devon, England, and a senior teacher at the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts. EZRA BAYDA (“The Art of Awareness,” page 23) is the author of Being Zen, At Home in the Muddy Water, and Saying Yes to Life (Even the Hard Parts). He now lives, writes, and teaches at Zen Center San Diego, but his real loves are spending his days at the ocean with his wife Elizabeth, and playing basketball (lite). MICHELE LAPORTE illustrated “Beautiful Snowflakes,” (page 54). She is an artist, writer, and an instructor at the Parsons School of Design. A student of Tibetan Buddhism since the late 1970’s, Michele leads meditation and study sessions at various Buddhist venues in New York. THE DZOGCHEN PONLOP RINPOCHE (“What the Buddha Taught,” page 40) is founder and president of Nalandabodhi and Nitartha International, executive director of Nitartha Institute, and publisher of Bodhi magazine. His most recent book is Wild Awakening: The Heart of Mahamudra and Dzogchen. A scholar, poet, and meditation master, he is also a member of the official Rolling Stones Fan Club. LIN JENSEN (“An Inscrutable Balance,” page 81) is Buddhist chaplain at High Desert State Prison in California, and founder of the Chico Zen Sangha in Chico, California. He is the author of Bad Dog! A Memoir of Love, Beauty, and Redemption in Dark Places (Wisdom Publications, 2005). ROBERTHOFMANNRYSZARDFRACKIEWICZ Contributors Integrating Spirit & Caregiving Contemplative Approaches t o End of Life and Elder Care Conference May 14 – 17, 2006 Boulder, Colorado The fourth annual Integrating Spirit & Caregiving Conference will bring together leading visionaries and teachers of contemplative and spiritual approaches to end of life and elder care. Sessions will address the full spectrum from symptom control and pain management to psychosocial care, spiritual and pastoral care, elder care, hospice and palliative care, and bereavement support services. Note: This year’s conference will include special sessions offering in-depth professional training with our keynote and plenary speakers. Affordable housing options available. Keynote and Plenary Presenters Joan Halifax Roshi, PhD Michael Kearney, MD, FRCPI Christine Longaker Frank Ostaseski Therese Schroeder-Sheker Porter Storey, MD N AROPA U NIVERSITY E XTENDED S TUDIES P RESENTS 800.603.3117 • 303.245.4800 email@example.com www.naropa.edu/spiritualcare