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Lions Roar : May 2007
SHAMBHALA SUN MAY 2007 112 Letters continued from page 17 story not to see where she was, even though she may have seen something deeper? Jeff Rensch Palo Alto, California LEARNING FROM OUR MISTAKES I found thought-provoking and sustain- ing reading in your March issue. I enjoyed Lin Jensen’s “Ten Thousand Mistakes, ” a wonderful affirmation of the possibilities, both negative and positive, that birth in the human realm holds. How clearly Mr. Jensen displays “failures of honesty and loving-kindness” we can all relate to, as well as how the actions we choose can have impact and consequences beyond what we may realize. Whether we acknowledge it or not, we are all in “the brotherhood and sisterhood of inevitable error and recov- ery.” Perhaps as this realization spreads, so too will global understanding and peace. Susan Kinnin Stafford Springs, Connecticut BOTH SIDES NOW Congratulations to Shambhala Sun on pub- lishing letters critical of Chögyam Trungpa in response to the article by Diana Mukpo (“Married to the Guru,” November 2006). It’s a healthy and very reassuring sign when a “religious” community founded by a charismatic leader is brave enough to al- low the airing of such negative (and, in my view, correct) opinions. I can easily think of several organizations that have failed to display the same courage and maturity. Martyn Beardsley Nottingham, England ♦ Thanks: We’d like to thank the following people for their assistance with this issue of the Shambhala Sun: LEE BRUNTON, MICHAEL FOLEY, JULIE GEIER, JAMES HOAGLAND, LAYTH AND TARA MATTHEWS, KAREN MILLER, EMMA PATTERSON, DAVID SCHNEIDER May 25-28, 2007 Pema Chödrön & Richard Reoch Practicing Peace in Times of War Pema Chödrön, one of the leading Tibetan Buddhist teachers of our time, and Richard Reoch, president of Shambhala International, offer this rare retreat based on Pema Chödrön’s new book, Practicing Peace in Times of War. This will be the first time these two foremost Buddhist teachers have ever taught together. Sept. 21-23, 2007 Sakyong Mipham Ruling Your World Hailed as an East-West Renaissance Tibetan lama, Sakyong Mipham leads this weekend retreat based on the radical proposition that caring for others is the key to worldly success. Pema Chödrön Richard Reoch Sakyong Mipham OM EGA INSTITUTE FOR HOLISTIC STUDIES 150 Lake Drive, Rhinebeck, New York 800.944.1001 • www.eomega.org