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Lions Roar : November 2018
EVENT Facing Life’s Challenges: A Lion’s Roar Buddhist Retreat | Garrison Institute, Garrison NY Now in its 11th year, the annual Lion’s Roar readers’ retreat brings great teachers from different Buddhist traditions together to explore themes relevant to all of us. Join Mushim Patricia Ikeda, Lama Justin von Buj- doss, and Melissa Myozen Blacker, Roshi (all of whom have excellent teachings in this issue). They’re joined by Lion’s Roar magazine and Buddhadharma editors—and dozens of your fellow travelers on the path—for prac- tice, teachings, and community. Hosted by our partners at the Garrison Institute, you’ll experience all this, along with the splendor of fall in the Hudson River valley, in the contemplative embrace of their 95-acre grounds overlooking the Hudson. Visit lionsroar.com/retreats. LEARNING A Buddhist Course in Mindfulness A year ago the world lost a beloved teacher of meditation, yoga, and mindfulness. Michael Stone’s teachings continue to inspire students around the world. We are honored to have worked with Michael to produce “A Buddhist Course in Mindfulness” for Lion’s Rsoar Online Learning. In partnership with Michael Stone Teaching, we’ve now re-released the course (which remains our most popular online-learning offering) so that new audiences can learn from his clear and engaging presentation of this fundamental Buddhist practice. learn.lionsroar.com SUPPORT OUR WORK Lion’s Roar is an independent non-profit—we rely on your support to continue our publishing efforts. So thank you for purchasing this magazine. Lion’s Roar donors are crucial to our ability to share the best Buddhist wisdom across a growing range of media. If you’re inspired and able, you can help by donating today—even $1 helps support our mission to make the dharma widely available. Visit giving.lionsroar.com. Thank you. FROM THE PUBLISHER Starting with this issue, we’ll be sharing more about Lion’s Roar’s activities in every issue. Day-in and day-out we’re working on Lion’s Roar magazine and Buddhadharma: the Practitioner’s Quarterly. But we’re also partnering with organizations and teachers who share our mission and bringing you events throughout North America; developing online learning to help you go deeper with your study and practice; and working on additional ways to share Buddhist wisdom with everyone who might benefit from it. This page is just the start. You can read more about our work beyond these pages at lionsroar.com/foundation. ANNOUNCEMENT The Gathering: Buddhist Teachers of Black African Descent Meet | Union Theological Seminary NYC Lion’s Roar and Union Theological Seminary are honored to sponsor the first-ever formal gathering of Buddhist teachers of black African descent, with financial support from the Hemera Foundation, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundation, and the Frederick P. Lenz Foundation.The gathering will bring together invited teachers from across the country and from different Buddhist traditions and will be followed by a public event at UTS on Sunday afternoon, October 21. The steering committee for the gathering is: (top row) Myokei Caine-Barrett, Shonin; Gina Sharpe (middle row) Acharya Gaylon Ferguson; rev. angel Kyodo williams (bottom row) Konda Mason, Jules Shuzen Harris, Sensei. Get the best of Buddhist wisdom delivered to your inbox. LionsRoar.com/newsletters OCT. 19-21 2018 MORE from LION’S ROAR Events & Retreats | Courses | Partnerships | Foundation News LION’S ROAR | NOVEMBER 2018 7