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Lions Roar : September 2013
SHAMBHALA SUN SEPTEMBER 2013 32 Dear Lina and Kira, You are now sixteen and nineteen years old and starting to chart a course for your own lives. Gone are the days when we had seemingly endless time to just sit and talk. I miss hanging out with you on the beach and going for long trips in our Westfalia camper when you were dutifully receptive to what I had to say. One story I wish I had told you was about the morning I spent with the Dalai Lama. It was a deeply meaningful experience for me. Those few hours I was with him gave me a clear snapshot of how he spends his time in private, away from the limelight. He hardly spoke to me at the time. But what he did that morning spoke volumes and has relevance for all of us. So I decided to write you this letter. Victor Chan had a unique opportunity to spend some private time with His Holiness the Dalai Lama. He writes to his daughters about what he learned that special morning. PHOTOBYRUTHFREMSON/THENEWYORKTIMES/REDUX Morning at the Dalai Lama’s residence: His Holiness with one of his personal attendants.