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Lions Roar : November 2018
CONTENTS ILLUSTRATION©USPSTUDIOSPRIVATELIMITED FEATURES 28 MODERN-DAY BODHISATTVAS Renowned Buddhist teacher Pema Chödrön joins Father Gregory Boyle, founder of Homeboy Industries, for an inspiring conversation about the joy of helping others. (The question of God does come up.) 35 THERE’S HOPE AT HOMEBOY For tens of thousands of former gang members, Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles has meant a life free from violence, addiction, and incarceration. 36 WHAT WOULD THE BUDDHA WATCH? Eight channel surfers offer a Buddhist take on a favorite TV show. • Mad Men, Rod Meade Sperry • Parts Unknown, Seth Greenland • The Bachelor, Jennifer Keishin Armstrong • Westworld, Sharon Suh • The Good Place, Gesshin Greenwood • Arrested Development, Melvin McLeod • Here and Now, Jessica Pimentel • Sunday Night Baseball, Norman Fischer 58 THE QUIET REVOLUTIONARY For decades, reports Andrea Miller, Mirabai Bush has been helping to shape and lead the spiritual revolution, making contemplative practice relevant in the modern world. 66 HELLO, IT’S HALLOWEEN What do you want to be for Halloween? Who do you want to be in life? Ira Sukrungruang on the costumes we wear. SPECIAL SECTION: YOU CAN DO IT! Leading Buddhist teachers show you how to overcome the obstacles on your spiritual path 43 JUST GET OUT OF YOUR OWN WAY Be who you are, as you are, where you are, says Zen teacher Karen Maezen Miller. Just don’t let opinions, goals, or doubts get in the way. 45 THINGS YOU NEED FOR YOUR JOURNEY Buddhist monk Thanissaro Bhikkhu lists the good qualities you should take with you. 46 NO AGENDA, NO OBSTACLES If you’re not trying to get somewhere, says Vajrayana teacher Judy Lief, nothing can stop you. 49 HOW TO GET OVER THE HURDLES 14 Buddhist teachers answer your most frequently asked questions about how to work with the challenges on your spiritual path.