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Lions Roar : January 2009
SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2009 13 The Zen Center of Los Angeles extends its gratitude and congratu- lations to the Shambhala Sun on its thirtieth anniversary. The Shambhala Sun Foundation has been guided by leaders with an eye for informing and inspiring Buddhist practitioners and for captur- ing the complex, emerging landscape of contemporary Buddhism. ROSHI WENDY EGYOKU NAKAO You have contributed so much to the growth of the dharma in the U.S. With the Shambhala Sun you reached out to a much wider portion of the population than might otherwise have been exposed to Buddhism. Then with Buddhadharma you created a publication in which teachings from all three yanas could be shared among the communities, revealing what they have in common and bringing clarity to their differences. You have welcomed diverse voices, dif- fering points of views, and held the dharma in the largest context. PHILLIP MOFFITT Your mag is a wonderful gift to everyone interested in the evo- lution of consciousness. It’s a report on the experiment we are doing to explore the nature of the mind and so it’s a place where we can have conversations that count, conversations that don’t happen anywhere else. And it’s elegant too—your art is a way of saying that Buddhism is beautiful, and sides with whatever makes life more interesting. JOHN TARRANT Congratulations to all at the Sun for thirty years of spreading the authentic buddhadharma in the West with intelligence, generosity, and wisdom. SUSAN PIVER Congratulations for your continued efforts to share the dharma in a non-sectarian and open manner. Such an approach is, in itself, true dharma. ROSHI PAT ENKYO O’HARA The Shambhala Sun has been a wonderful resource for scholars and practitioners alike, and has enriched the lives of American Buddhists by providing a continually exciting mix of scholarly and popular articles. Along with Buddhadharma: The Practitioner’s Quarterly, Shambhala Sun remains must reading for all those in- volved with the development of Buddhism in North America. CHARLES PREBISH For thirty years, you have been illuminating the words and the way of the buddhadharma. For this, Buddhism in North America is surer, securer. Congratulations on your remarkable achievement! GLENN WALLIS Over the years I have been stimulated, awakened, and challenged by the Shambhala Sun and Buddhadharma. Both publications have continually expanded the dharma on many levels, addressing con- temporary cultural concerns and issues as well as providing a wide range of examples and interpretations of ancient texts. RUDY WURLITZER