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Lions Roar : May 2009
64 Contents Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche, photographed by Karma Lecho. Courtesy of Tergar, Bodhgaya, India. Background on this page by Heather Midori Yamada on the Cover Features The Buddha and Suze Orman John Tarrant finds surprising parallels between the noble truths of Buddhism and money guru Suze Orman’s advice on getting real financially. Wisdom for Difficult Times Worry, groundlessness, loss—great Buddhist teachers show you how to work with your mind when the going gets tough. We Always Have Joy Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche teaches us how to dis- cover the joy and awareness that are never affected by life’s ups and downs. Joyful Son Barry Boyce on an extraordinary family devoted to the teachings known as “the Great Perfection.” Between the Lines of The Red Leather Diary Lily Koppel on the Buddhist backstory of her best- selling book. 42 41 63 36 50 56 64 73 Joan Halifax: Fearless and Fragile Kristin Barendsen profiles Joan Halifax, who reflects on her own fragility after a lifetime of caring for the dying. You Are Already Dying The most profound meditation, says Joan Halifax, is contemplating the certainty of your own death. For 30 Years the Best of Buddhism in America: In Conversation From Leonard Cohen to Ang San Suu Kyi—highlights from fascinating discussions with writers, artists, political leaders, and spiritual teachers. If She Can Bear the Longing Whether meditating or doing headstands, Susan Moon’s small self continues to reach for something beyond. 48 50 36 42 4 shaMBhaLa sun M ay 2009