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Lions Roar : January 2014
PHOTOBYPAULDAVIS March on Washington, President Obama has requested that today at three o’clock peo- ple across the country ring bells to proclaim that America still has a dream to realize. “The dream of Martin Luther King included civil rights and jobs,” says Thich Nhat Hanh. “But we know we need more than that. We need peace in ourselves, our family, our nation. “Today, according to the wish of Presi- dent Obama, we will ring a bell, but our way of ringing the bell is a little bit dif- ferent. With the bell, we take good care of ourselves and restore peace inside. We know how to handle a painful emotion, because the bell helps us go back to our true home. Coming back to ourselves, to our beloved ones, and to our dear planet Earth—that is the real dream.” Mindfulness practice helps us cultivate Left: Thay listens to a heartfelt question from a young retreatant. Before taking questions from adults, he took three ques- tions from children and four from teens. Below: Great Togetherness Meditation Hall at Blue Cliff Monastery. ➢ page 80 57 SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2014