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Lions Roar : September 2016
BODHI CHATTER Dharma, pop culture, and good-natured gossip. It took until twenty-nine years after his passing, but Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche has finally made his Tonight show debut. In June, Luke Wilson showed up to Jimmy Fallon’s set with a gift: a copy of The Pocket Chögyam Trungpa. Why? Because, Wilson insisted, the resemblance between Fallon and the late Buddhist teacher (and this magazine’s founder) is uncanny. “He’s a good-lookin’ guy,” he assured Fallon. Then the two started reading passages. What started off with an air of dubiosity ended up appreciative as Fallon and Wilson brought Trungpa Rinpoche’s famous exhortation to “smile at fear” to untold numbers of new ears. • • • The Dalai Lama, too, was highly visible in June. First, at an off-camera meeting with Barack Obama in the White House’s Map Room. China, unsurpris- ingly, was not pleased. Later in the month, the Dalai Lama appeared with Lady Gaga in a Facebook Live interview. China, again, was not pleased—and not just the government, but Gaga’s Chinese fans, who let fly thou- sands of harsh online comments. Then the government followed THE ESSENCE OF BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY A 1-Day Training for Meditators & Mental Health Professionals *The views, content, and opinions expressed during this event are solely those of the presenter and are not endorsed by the New York Society for Ethical Culture and its membership. With Jack Kornfield, PhD November 12, 2016 New York Society for Ethical Culture* Continuing Education credits are available. NYC Explore more at eOmega.org/kornfield or call 800.944.1001 Explore the human capacity for wakefulness, joy, and compassion LION’S ROAR | SEPTEMBER 2016 20