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Lions Roar : January 2012
SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2012 87 ✵ Jhampa Shaneman P.O. Box 89 Winlaw, B.C . Canada V0G 2J0 1-800-819-2288 fax 775-582-6504 buddhist-astrology.com Shambhala Sun, ISSN 1190-7886, published bimonthly. Subscriptions: $29.95 US, $39 CDN, $49 Intl. Mailing address: 1426 Pearl St, Suite 420, Boulder, CO 80302- 5340. Central Business Office: 1660 Hollis St., #701, Halifax, NS B3J1V7 Canada. Publisher: James Gimian; Editor-in-Chief: Melvin McLeod; Deputy Editor: Andrea Miller. Publication mailing address: 1426 Pearl St, Suite 420, Boulder, CO 80302-5340. Headquarters: Shamb- hala Sun Foundation, 1660 Hollis St. #701, Halifax, NS B3J1V7 Canada. Total no. of copies: actual 77,830, avg 78,302; Mailed outside-county paid/requested subs: ac- tual 38,962, avg 37,547; Mailed in-county paid/request- ed subs: 0; Paid dist. outside the mails including sales through dealers and other paid dist. outside USPS: actual 26,204, avg 28,058; Paid dist., other classes: 0; Total paid/ requested dist.: actual 65,166, avg 65,605; Outside-county non-requested copies: actual 548, avg 409; Free or nomi- nal rate copies in-county: 0; Other classes mailed through the USPS: 0; Free or nominal copies dist. outside the mail: actual 100, avg 133; Total Free or nominal copies dist.: ac- tual 648, avg 542; Total dist.: actual 65,814, avg 66,147; Copies not dist.: actual 12,016, avg 12,155; Total: actual 77,830, avg 78,302; Percent paid: actual 99.0%, avg 99.2%. positive statements and interactions for every negative one, even during an argu- ment. The Disasters, on the other hand, couples who fail, get caught up in what Gottman calls the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: criticism, defensiveness, contempt, and stonewalling. With this Positivity Playbook in mind, I decided to give each and every person I encountered today a compliment: the waitress at the diner, the mailman, my mom, the ran- dom dude at the gas station, and so on. Without exception, with each compli- ment delivered, each and every individual lit up. I found myself in surprising affir- mative conversations: A pregnant lady whom I told looked radiant shared her struggle with getting knocked up and how happy she was inside and—appar- ently—out. A teenager wanted to give me a demonstration of his skateboard- ing prowess after I told him his deck was rad. At the end of the day I approached an elderly homeless gentleman and extended my hand, not sure what kind word I’d lay down. After a crushing shake, I had little option other than to tell him what a warm and firm handshake he had. Thirty min- utes later I’d learned about his recently deceased wife (the love of his life) and our mutual passion for the blues, and we’d scheduled a walking date the following Tweet No Evil continued from page 65