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8 Contributors mIChAel Stone, seen here with famed racing drivers Mario and jeff Andretti in 1995, is a Bud- dhist teacher, yoga instructor, and activist. Author of Awake in the World, Stone is currently creating a new platform to bring the dharma to young people interested in the integration of embodied meditation, ethics, and social change. In “On Track with Paul Newman” (page 65), he tells us about his time working for the actor’s racing team. Buddhist teacher J A C K KornFIeld (“Bud- dhism’s Evil Face,” page 18) led a recent trip across Burma to raise money for Partners Asia, which supports community initiatives there. He met with Aung San Suu Kyi and saw first- hand the results of ethnic violence against Burma’s Muslim minority. Kornfield is author of such best-sellers as After the Ecstasy, the Laundry and The Wise Heart. He is a co-founder of the Insight Meditation Society and Spirit Rock Medi- tation Center. 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