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Lions Roar : November 2018
P EMA CHÖDRÖN: There’s an ideal in the Buddhist teachings called the bodhi- sattva. Bodhisattvas are people whose purpose in life is to alleviate suffering. The main thing they want to do is soothe the sorrows of the world. I’m sure that Father Gregory does not like to be called a bodhisattva or anything like that, but as far as I’m concerned that’s what he is. I came to know of Father Gregory’s work and Homeboy Industries from his wonder- ful, touching book Tattoos on the Heart. Sometimes it makes you cry because the stories are so deeply moving, and sometimes you laugh out loud because Father Gregory has a very good sense of humor. Now, I was raised Catholic, so I have trouble calling him any- thing but Father Gregory, but he has asked me to call him Greg, so I’m going to try. When someone like Greg is willing to put themselves out there and dedicates their whole life to benefiting other people, that’s a modern-day bodhisattva. The compassion- Modern-Day Bodhisattvas When someone like Father Greg dedicates their whole life to benefiting other people, that’s a modern-day bodhisattva. —Buddhist teacher Pema Chödrön