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Lions Roar : November 2012
SHAMBHALA SUN NOVEMBER 2012 9 Contributors DAVID LOY (“Enter... the Bodhisattva,” page 54) is a leading theorist on the intersection of Buddhism and social activism. His ground- breaking books include A Buddhist History of the West: Studies in Lack; Money Sex War Karma, and The World is Made of Stories. Loy is a teacher in the Sanbo Kyodan tradi- tion of Zen. A professor for twenty years, he now leads workshops and retreats nationally. PICO IYER (“An ICU for the Soul,” page 13) has been going on retreat several times a year for more than twenty-one years. An essayist for Time magazine for even longer, as well as the author of ten books, Iyer has traveled from Jerusalem to Koyasan and from Tibet to Cen- tral Australia for his work. His latest book is The Man Within My Head, an exami- nation of kindness, conscience, and inner conflict in our acceler- ating world. ELIZABETH MAT- TIS-NAMGYEL (“Something to Believe In,” page 17) is a Bud- dhist teacher who has been practicing dharma for twenty- eight years under the guidance of her teacher and husband, Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche. The author of The Power of an Open Ques- tion, she asks audiences to join her in question- ing the assumptions and beliefs we have about spirituality. She is an avid rock climber and horse rider and enjoys a contemplative way of life in Crestone, Colorado. BONNIE FRIEDMAN (“The Vagabond Queen of Craigslist,” page 64) grew up as the young- est child of four in the Bronx, New York. She is the author of The Thief of Happiness and Writing Past Dark: Envy, Fear, Distraction, and Other Dilemmas in the Writer’s Life, which has been anthologized in six writing text- books. Her essays have appeared in The Best American Movie Writ- ing, The Best Writing on Writing, and The Best Spiritual Writing series. PHOTOS(LEFTTORIGHT)BYJOSHUAHEATH,DEREKSHAPTON,PHOTOGRAPHERUNKNOWN,COURTESYOFXAVIERUNIVERSITY,PAULMELTZER MARGARET WHEATLEY (“Thank You, Pema,” page 53) says, “We must draw from many different perspectives to reweave the world.” Her own studies include sci- ence, systems thinking, organizational behav- ior, social policy, and theology. Wheatley has written many bestsell- ing books, including Perseverance, Find- ing Our Way, and the groundbreaking Lead- ership and the New Sci- ence. Her new book is So Far from Home: Lost and Found in Our Brave New World.