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Lions Roar : May 2012
SHAMBHALA SUN MAY 2012 17 Between yoga, pilates, therapy, massage, and meditation, I hardly have any time for myself. been interviewed scores of times previously. I especially liked his answer to Miller’s question, “What do you think makes someone a Buddhist?” What a great job she did. I had a book published this year, Eleven Modern Mystics, and Nhat Hanh was one of the eleven. I wish I’d had access to Miller’s interview when I was putting this book together; it would have made my chapter on him stronger. Victor M. Parachin Tulsa, Oklahoma BUDDHISTS BEHIND BARS Thank you for providing the world with your publication. Being incarcerated, one has almost no exposure to positive energy. Yes, we do have access to books, but being in Kentucky, the Buddhist section doesn’t fill a two-foot shelf. And we do have volunteers from a local center, but they can only make it here once a month or so. Receiving your magazine adds a huge boost to our salubri- ous vim. (I have a thesaurus and tend to abuse it.) Every time I finish an issue, I pass it on. By the time I get it back, not only is it beat up—showing signs of being read multiple times—but I am ready to read it again. So please keep doing what you’re doing and don’t give too much credit to the people who have negative things to say about an article they didn’t like or were offended by. Here in Lee Adjustment Center every article, every sentence provides us with a new outlook or a new way to deepen our practice. Keep up the great work. It’s greatly appreciated. Chris Mosey Beattyville, Kentucky