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Lions Roar : March 2016
IN OCTOBER 2015, the world lost the bright light who was Jamie Zimmer- man when she slipped on some rocks while vacationing in Hawaii and was swept out to sea. She was thirty- one years old. Zimmerman was a physician, ABC News medical reporter, and meditation teacher who traveled the globe as a “caring mindful- ness ambassador.” She helped Congolese refugees in Zambia, volunteered in a cash-strapped hospital in India, built classrooms in Uganda, and worked with indigenous people in Peru. The motto on her website read: “Don’t be a cog in someone else’s wheel.” Zimmerman had served as a UN Global Health representative in Haiti, taught meditation at the U.S. Capitol, was a Rhodes scholar finalist, and wrote for several publications. The impact of her work was illu- minated in the outpouring of tributes after her tragic death: Google engineer and motivator Chade-Meng Tan wrote, “Thank you, Jamie, for all the good you have done for the world.” Zen teacher Joan Halifax said Zimmerman was “an energetic, compassionate person, with great aspirations.” Friend Joseph Mauri- cio described Zimmerman as a “tireless and optimistic dharma warrior who was indefatigable in bringing meditation to the real world.” Following her death, prayers and mantras were done for Zimmerman for weeks at two monasteries in Nepal, including Shechen (the home temple of Matthieu Ricard). The Institute for Com- passionate Leadership started a scholar- ship to support “people like Jamie who so desperately want to help others.” ABC News has established a meditation room in her honor. ♦ BODHISATTVAS No Cog in Someone Else’s Wheel JAMIE ZIMMERMAN—a medical doctor who showed many the value of meditation and compassion in action. ABC/HEIDIGUTMAN Tell us about a bodhisattva you know at email@example.com #THEDHARMA @JackKornfield Anger shows us precisely where we are stuck, where our limits are, where we cling to beliefs and fears @EmilyHorn Taking care of a sick baby is chal- lenging. Once again I am grateful for mindfulness practice. Presence makes all the difference in care. @montymckeever In #Buddhism, all that seek lib- eration from the empire of pain inflicted on self & other are #refu- gees. Never dis- respect a refugee. @judylief “The three Lords of Materialism have seized power.” What are they? Fighting over things, fighting over ideas, and fighting over religion. @ZMSeungSahn The ten thousand questions are one question. If you cut through the one question, then the ten thousand questions all disappear. Follow us: @lionsroar LION’S ROAR | MARCH 2016 15 CULTURE • LIFE • PRACTICE