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Lions Roar : March 2009
voluMe Seventeen, nuMber 4 Shambhala Sun (issn: 1190-7886, usps 009-651) is published bimonthly for $29.95 year U S , $39C D N canada & $46U S international, by shambhala sun foundation, 1345 spruce st., Boulder, co 80302-4886 usa. periodicals postage paid at Boulder, co and at additional mailing offices. postMaster: send address changes to shambhala sun, po Box 3377, champlain, ny 12919-9871. printed in u.s .a. © 2009 shambhala sun foundation. all rights reserved. canada post publication Mail agreement #40018157. canadian postmaster: send undeliverable copies to: 1660 hollis st., suite 701, halifax, ns B3J 1v7 canada. feAtUreS contents applied dharma norman fischer sees the many forms of applied dharma as Buddhism’s greatest gift to our time. parents, leave your home Karen miller, author of Momma Zen, says the best way to raise your children is to leave your egocentric home for good. the Monastery of Mom and dad practical guidelines for mindful parents. loving-Kindness is the Best Medicine tulku thondup rinpoche says the mind that is calm, joyful, and deeply loving is the foundation of true health and healing. he teaches us how to develop the healing power of loving-kindness. it takes a sangha serving others and creating positive social change is the way to fully realize the Buddha’s teachings, says noah levine, and we’re most effective when we join together in community. smile at fear Carolyn gimian shows us how we can discover the fearlessness of the great meditators—by welcoming fear as a precious opportunity to open up and let go. the whole way is Buddhism a transcendent path to enlightenment or a practical aid to everyday life? the way cannot be divided like that, says Joan sutherland. in any moment of any day, awakening is already there. for 30 years the Best of Buddhism in america: Memoir Marking our 30th anniversary, we offer a selection of original personal stories from the pages of the Shambhala Sun. the place Beyond fear and hope in difficult times it takes effort to stay grounded in the present, but it is only there, says margaret Wheatley, that we will find a place unclouded by hope and fear. 4 SHAMBHALA SUN MArcH 2009