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Lions Roar : January 2009
SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2009 73 Odd Angles and Curvy Lines by John Tarrant Q: When the tree withers and the leaves fall, what is happening? A: The Golden Wind is revealing itself. —ZEN KOAN THINGS CHANGE AND GROW by losing parts of them- selves. Our culture is doing that right now. For me, then, the question Where is Buddhism going? comes down to this: What will we give people that will help in the long evolutionary arc of trying to understand ourselves and survive, and not hurt ourselves too much in the process? What can we offer our cul- ture in times of change and difficulty? We can offer sanctuary, a place in the heart where people can be free whether the culture is sane or not. And this might make for a saner culture. ➢ page 112 “Solar Eclipse Tara,” by Gurmi Lama ERICPOLITZER