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Lions Roar : May 2016
SHARE YOUR WISDOM What’s the most important Buddhist teaching to proclaim in today’s troubled world? I feel humility is of great importance and can be found in the great Buddhist teachings and writings. I rarely hear the word “kindness” in the political spectrum of today’s American culture. —Ben Smoke, Waynesboro, Virginia Upaya—skill in means. It’s why Buddhism(s) can look so different in different nations and regions and still be true Buddhism. —Tay Bosley, Warren, New Jersey Big Screen Buddhism: What’s your favorite film with a Buddhist message? Send your answer, photo, and location to email@example.com Two words from Pema Chödrön: “Be curious.” Rather than being judgmen- tal, fearful, angry, hurt, annoyed, or even complimented, just be curious. Those two words have brought me more peace than pretty much anything. —Jo Virgil, Austin, Texas Our world desperately needs to see spirituality in action: where lines dividing the individual from the collective, the personal from the public, and the spiritual from the political continue to fall away. I am inspired by feminist writers such as bell hooks and Alice Walker, who continue to push the boundaries of how spirituality can move action for social transformation. —Chaya Go, Vancouver, B.C., Canada The most important thing to teach/live is that as the ego diminishes, more space is freed up for empathy and compassion to take hold. —Ilbero Ferrato, Quebec, Canada To be aware of each moment. We get washed, get dressed, brush our teeth while thinking of other things. In this way we miss the moment. —Jenny Mary Hicks, The Isle of Man Shoyeido Incense company www.shoyeido.com Pure incense Ceramic burners Ceremonial goods 1-800-786-5476 Boulder, Colo. LION’S ROAR | MAY 2016 29