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Lions Roar : July 2009
shamBhaLa sUn JULy 2009 9 Contributors PerrY GArFInKel (“And If He Sees His Shadow...,” page 34) practices what he calls Groundhog-Day Buddhism, striving to relive the same sitting day after day. He is the author of Bud- dha or Bust: In Search of Truth, Meaning, Happiness and the Man Who Found Them All and has contributed to the New York Times since 1986. He lives on Martha’s Vineyard, where he leads travel- writing workshops. JuDY lIeF (“The Problem With Problems,” page 73) is an acharya (senior teacher) in Shambhala Interna- tional, as well as one of the principal editors of the work of the late Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche. Author of Making Friends with Death: A Buddhist Guide to Encountering Mortality, Lief has taught extensively on working with Buddhist practice in the context of caregiving. She lives with her husband in Vermont. A certified yoga teacher and ordained Zen Buddhist teacher, FrAnK JuDe boCCIo (“Taking Mindfulness to the Mat,” page 42) is the author of Mindfulness Yoga: The Awakened Union of Breath, Body, and Mind. Boccio has studied yoga with teachers in a variety of styles, and in 1990 he began a formal study of ayurvedic medicine. DArlene CoHen (“No Harm in a Little Gossip, Right?”, page 31) is head priest, with her husband Tony Patchell, of the Russian River Zendo in Guerneville, California. She is currently training Zen priests with the Shogaku Zen Institute, as well as mentoring Zen practitioners to work with people who live in constant pain. Cohen is the author of The One Who Is Not Busy: connecting to Work in a Deeply Satisfying Way. DAmIen KeoWn (“Would You Help Your Parents End Their Lives?”, page 85) is professor of Buddhist Ethics at Goldsmiths Col- lege, University of London. He is the author and editor of several books, including Buddhism and Bioethics, and is co-founder of The Journal of Buddhist Ethics. His current research interests include the role of religion in peace and conflict. DAVID rome (“About a Poem,” page 104) is a senior fellow at the Garrison Institute, a Hudson Valley research and retreat center that applies contem- plative methods to solving social and environmental challeng- es. For nine years, he served as private secretary to his teacher, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and he edited two volumes of Trungpa Rinpoche’s poetry. KIPMALONEWILLIAMW.IRWINREBECCAROME lessons living for the “Remarkable. I recommend it for anyone who hopes for connection and joy in this life.” —John Golenski, Executive Director, George Mark Children’s Hospice Stories of Forgiveness, Gratitude, and Courage at the End of Life Stan Goldberg Learning how to live from those who are learning how to die. A hospice volunteer who’s also a cancer survivor shares stories of the ordinary wisdom that arises as people approach the great transition. $14.95 paperback Trumpeter www.shambhala.com an imprint of Shambhala Publications