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Lions Roar : July 2009
Go beyond words. Wisdom Publications A Buddhist Response to the Climate Emergency Edited by John Stanley, David R. Loy, and Gyurme Dorje The Dalai Lama explores the “way of the intelligent person”—one who approaches all matters, including faith and devotion, with the highest spirit of critical inquiry and analytical wisdom, and does so without falling into the traps of fixed ideas or extreme views. Order Direct and Save : wisdompubs.org , 1-800-272-4050 199 Elm Street, Somer ville, MA 02144 USA 200 pages | Hardcover | $19.9 5 | 9780861715527 Never before have so many teachers from all Buddhist traditions—Ze n, Vajrayana, Theravada, Vipassana; from the West and the East—come together to offer a unified response to a matter of utmost urgency. Contributions from the Dalai Lama, the Karmapa, Thich Nhat Ha n h , Bhikkhu Bodhi, Robert Aitken, and many more. Buddhism of the Heart Reflections on Shin Buddhism and Inner To g etherness Jeff Wilson, Fo r eword by Ma r k Unno and Taitetsu Unno “Buddhism of the Heart describes a path founded on humility, trust, and wonder, a way of life that celebrates a wise acceptance of human imperfection rather than longing to overcome it.”— Stephen Batchelor, author of Buddhism without Beliefs Wild Chickens and Petty Tyrants 108 Me taphors for Mindfulness Arnie Kozak “Metaphors are the way we make sense of the world, the mind, and our experience—and the metaphors for mindfulness practice in this book are insightful, creative, and inspiring.” — Fr ank Jud e Boccio, author of Mindfulness Yo ga Saltwat er Buddha A Surfer ’s Quest to Find Ze n on the Sea Jaimal Yogis “A s Jaimal gains hard-won spiritual lessons with a teenager ’s eagerness and a surfer’s passion, we cannot help but see our own spiritual life with fresh, beginner ’s eyes. I couldn’t put this book down.” —Mi chael Ellsberg, coauthor of Flirting with Disaster 320 pages | $16.95 | 9780861716050 240 pages | $16.95 | ISBN-13 9780861715831 240 pages | $14.95 | ISBN-13 9780861715763 The Crystal Mirror of Philosophical Systems A Ti be tan Study of Asian Religious Thought Thuken Losang Chokyi Nyima, Tr a nslated by Geshe Lhundub Sopa, Edited by Roger Ja ckson New from The Library of Tibetan Classics “A fascinating and vitally important book. The broad scope and keen observation make it an invaluable resource.” — Guy Newland, author of Introduction to Emptiness Buddhism Between Tibet and China Studies in In dian and Ti betan Buddhism Series Edited by Ma tthew Kapstein “This splendid book about the history of the multifaceted Tibetan- Chinese interactions through Buddhism will quickly become established as path-breaking and authoritative in its field.” — Colin Ma ck erras, Pr ofessor Em eritus, Griffith University 256 pages | $14.95 | 9780861715350 696 pages | $59.95 | ISBN-13 9780861714643 480 pages | $34.95 | ISBN-13 9780861715817 The Middle Way Fa ith Grounded in Reason The Dalai Lama Tr anslated by Thupten Jinpa 0309_BD:Layout 1 3/11/09 2:09 PM Page 1