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Lions Roar : January 2003
70 SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2003 BY DANIEL MENAKER DRAWINGS BY ANDRÉ SLOB WHO DOESN’T? It’s easy and alsofun, especiallyiflike me and most Americans who enjoy relaxing on the deck and talking about Buddhism you know very little about it. I mean the kind of people who, when you get a little ticked at them for breaking the gears of the bicycle they borrowed from you yesterday, say, “Could you please try to be a little more Buddhist about this?” or when they wonder if there really is such a thing as reincarnation hope to come back as a wealthy beagler. The first thing you have to do is renounce desire. But since you want to renounce desire, that’s desire in and of itself! So renounce the desire to renounce desire and you can do whatever you please, like try to get back in good with your old girlfriend