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Lions Roar : May 2014
mate changed or the catastrophe happened. We can’t go back to a time before, but we can accom- pany each other; we can show up for what is here. Abiding nowhere sides with the involuntary, the gift of the world, the heart that appears in every moment. As I write this, the hills are brown with drought, the gray whales are migrating around the Point Reyes Light, and a few apricot blossoms are struggling out into frosty air. Just to breathe, to walk about, to see fog over the coastal range is a joy that cannot be numbered or managed or lost. Abiding nowhere, the heart comes forth. ♦ SHAMBHALA SUN MAy 2014 55