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Lions Roar : January 2015
disappear. But then Dad gives Lily a jour- nal that belonged to her great grandfa- ther and she discovers how he, as a young boy, calmed his anger with a simple practice called metta or loving-kindness. Moreover, she learns how she can do the same. This story, Peace, Bugs, and Under- standing, is for children aged four to eight and is illustrated with Youme Nguyen Ly’s whimsical, expressive watercolors. Just Me and My Mind is another new book helping children recognize and handle their anger, but it also addresses other strong emotions, including happi- ness, fear, and sadness. “Sometimes my mind gets out of control and I can’t think straight,” says Kerry Lee MacLean’s green- eyed protagonist. But with a little quiet contemplation, “My mind is all clear.” Just Me and My Mind is complete with charm- ing full color-illustrations and pull-tabs. SURRENDERING OZ A Life in Essays By Bonnie Friedman Etruscan Press 2014; 208 pp., $14 (paper) In Surrendering Oz, a collection of personal essays, Shambhala Sun contributor Bon- nie Friedman reveals with bald honesty her jour- ney of coming to know herself and her world. Growing up in the Bronx, Friedman was always buried in a book and in college she ensconced herself further in intellectualism. Then, at age forty-one, a near-stranger kissed her on a subway platform and she embarked on a misguided affair. It almost destroyed her marriage but ultimately allowed Friedman to find new intimacy with her husband and finally inhabit her own body. Fried- man’s voice is lyrical, deeply sensual. I love her descriptions of the Greek grand- mother she met who fed a black kitten a sprinkle of kibble as if it were a chicken and of wearing cocoa-colored lipstick that drifted off her lips like mayonnaise. ♦ Be at ease... Different cushions. Different needs. monasterystore.org • 845.688.7993 Supporting your spiritual practice The Monastery Store Memory foam Buckwheat hulls THE MOUNTAIN SEAT* * Made in the US exclusively for the Monastery Store Mention this promotional code and receive 10% off your Mountain Seat Zafu: MTNS-SS14. Donate your old cushions to practitioners with limited means. H P D: Teachings on the Eight Worldly Dharmas By Lama Zopa Rinpoche Edited by Gordon McDougall $10 “Buddhism is a house full of treasures— practices for gaining the happiness of future lives, the bliss of liberation and the supreme happiness of enlightenment— but knowing the difference between Dharma and non-Dharma is the key that opens the door to all those treasures.” —Lama Zopa Rinpoche Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive po box 636, lincoln, ma 01773 email@example.com www.lamayeshe.com shambhala sun january 2015 80