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Lions Roar : July 2016
This Issue’s Dharma-Burger Not officially a DEVO release, the video for “It’s All DEVO,” from founding member Gerald Casale, is filled imagery that’s both haunting and hilarious—this DEVO-lidded Buddha baby not least of all. Hey now! A parting thought It doesn’t take a lot to get us thinking about Garry Shandling: Our editors are always quoting him, and we were unreasonably pleased to share a Shandling joke in the last Bodhi Chatter. But since then, the comedian and self-described “serious student of dharma” has left us, having suffered a heart attack in late March. Buddhists and comedy pals celebrated his life at a rollicking late-April memorial. Shandling was, by all accounts, as earnest and big-hearted as he was funny—so we hope you’ll take a moment or two to think about him, too. ♦ has to be The Heart of a Dog, written and directed by musi- cian and performance artist Laurie Anderson, who with her husband, the late Lou Reed, took up the study of dharma with Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche. “There’s only one rule,” Anderson said about Buddhism to The Guardian, “and it’s the same rule you have as an artist, which is to be aware. That’s it.” In ways, Heart centers around the life and death of Anderson’s rat terrier, Lolabelle, and often through the lens of Buddhist teachings. The film, which is now rentable/downloadable, is at once gorgeous, tender, heart-breaking, and downright hilarious. Lolabelle has lots to teach us all. • • • In our May issue, Buddhist teachers Trudy Goodman and Jack Kornfield talked with actor Sandra Oh about their burgeoning love relationship. Now, it’s gone to the next level. As Trudy shared in late April: “Yesterday, Jack really wanted to go on the Ferris wheel. It stopped in my favorite spot, where you hang out in space over the ocean, for a while. Turns out, Jack had asked them to stop it there so he could propose. Which he did. You may not be surprised to hear that I happily said, YES!” Con- gratulations to them both. Engaged Buddhists, indeed! LEVERRUKHIN LION’S ROAR | JULY 2016 21 CULTURE • LIFE • PRACTICE