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Lions Roar : July 2011
SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2011 54 SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2011 ELISABETH IS A STUDENT who has committed her life to service, reflection, and transformation. Her commitment was born during an educational trip to Guate- mala. Instead of learning the language and culture intellectually in a classroom, Elisa- beth chose to immerse herself in the way of life of the Guatemalan people. The sight of a mother carrying water from the river to her family, the sounds of laughter during a fiesta, the taste of fresh-cooked tortillas, and seeing the exhaustion and concern on the faces of hundreds of people who walked STUART LORD, president of Naropa University, on the value of contemplative education Answering the Call to Serve STUART C. LORD is an expert in service learning, multicultural and spiritual education, and leadership and ethics. He has a Doc- tor of Ministry degree from United Theological Semi- nary, a distinguished alumni award from Texas Christian University, and has been in- volved in humanitarian work in America and abroad. Right: students at the campus of Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. miles through the mountains to see the visiting doctor with their sick children— through these experiences Elisabeth con- nected with the hearts of the Guatemalan people and shared in their lives. Living with a family in the rural moun- tains, Elisabeth absorbed the language and customs from the first rays of the morning light, until her day’s learning ended as the last dying embers of the fire in the fam- ily’s one-room hut faded to darkness. Such experiential opportunities to serve and to learn connect students to the life source PHOTO(LEFT)BYCLAUDIALOPEZ