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Lions Roar : November 2014
Remembering that i’ll be dead soon is the most important tool i’ve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything—all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure—these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important. Remembering that you are going to die is the best way i know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. you are already naked. there is no reason not to follow your heart. Steve JoBS, Stanford University Fail, rebel, and remember you’re Going die More surprising wisdom for graduates men and women, courage is the most of all the virtues. Because without courage you can not practice any other virtue consistently. you can be anything errati- cally. Kind, true, generous, fair, merciful, just, any of those things occasionally. But to be that thing time after time demands that you have courage. maya anGelou, Holton-Arms School, Bethesda, Maryland God calls on you. God says, i have a dream. i have a dream that my children will recognize that they are members of one family, that they are sisters and brothers. archBiShop deSmond tutu University of Pennsylvania my heartfelt wish for you: as you get older, your self will diminish and you will grow in love. you will gradually be replaced by Love. GeorGe SaunderS Syracuse University Fail, fail again, and fail better. pema chodron Naropa University Rebel, rebel, rebel— for all our sakes, rebel. SiSter Joan chittiSter Stanford University there are people who advocate and practice compassionate listening, there are those who em- brace voluntary simplicity, who remove the calluses from their hearts and keep them open to feel the pains of others. Seek them out, i urge you, and join them in their compassion. raBBi Zalman Schachter-Shalom Oberlin College toPtoBottom:PHoto©KRiStaKeLLeLL2005/ZumaPReSS.Com/KeyStoNePReSS;ZumaPReSS.Com/KeyStoNePReSS;©eFe/ZumaPReSS;©BeoWuLFSHeeHaN/PeNameRiCaNCeNteR/ZumaPReSS shambhala sun november 2014 67