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Lions Roar : November 2017
CONTENTS PAINTINGBYTASHIMANNOX FEATURES 36 TREAT EVERYONE AS THE BUDDHA The teacher–student relationship in Vajrayana Buddhism is intense, easy to misunderstand, and can even be mis- used. Mingyur Rinpoche explains Vajrayana ethics, how to find a genuine teacher, and what to do if a teacher crosses the line. 40 WHY BUDDHISM IS TRUE Darwin and the Buddha agree on the problem, says evolutionary psycholo- gist Robert Wright in his important new book. The Buddha solved it. 44 DEATH: THE GREATEST TEACHER It’s the ultimate twist: awareness of death is the secret of life. It makes us more loving, appreciative, and wise. Judy Lief explains why death is the ultimate teacher and how to learn its lessons. 51 PUTTING DEATH ON THE TABLE It’s something we all share, so why not get together and talk about it over a cup of coffee? John DeMont on death cafés. 52 HOW WILL YOU DIE? BUDDHIST WISDOM FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE DYING AND THOSE WHO LOVE THEM Lindsay Kyte talks to the experts about how Buddhism is changing the way America dies. 60 TAKE THE FEELING OF LETTING GO AS YOUR REFUGE The great Buddhist teacher Ajahn Chah’s advice to an aging student approaching her death. 64 THE DHARMA OF THE PRINCESS BRIDE In the classic film, outcasts and loners find true friendship. Drawing on lessons from The Princess Bride, Ethan Nichtern offers Buddhist teachings on how to make friends with yourself and others. Laughing in the Face of Anger