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Lions Roar : May 2009
SHAMBHALA SUN MAY 2009 37 The Buddha and Suze Orman There are surprising parallels, says Zen teacher John TarranT, between the noble truths of Buddhism and money guru Suze Orman’s advice on getting real financially. Both use the truth of suffering to wake us up from our delusions. arT By kaTherine STreeTer tonight i’M watching Suze orman teaching the first noble truth of buddhism on cnbc. Suze orman, if you don’t know, is a financial advisor, and she is very popular in this season of facing realities. now that the zeroes in mutual fund accounts have whooshed away as fast as you can say “credit default swaps,” we are in a moment of waking from a dream. wak- ing from a dream is the theme of the meditation path, so this crash offers promise as well as shock. when i first met buddhism, i thought of the fundamentals as boring and obvious, but paying your mortgage seems boring and obvious too, so maybe we can find some excitement in the basics. there’s nothing more fundamental in the John TarranT, roshi is director of the Pacific Zen insti- tute. he has a Ph.D. in psychology and teaches at Duke integrative Medicine at Duke University Medical school. he is the author of bring Me the rhinoceros and the Light inside the Dark.