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Lions Roar : November 2018
PHOTOS BY JASON ELIAS ate bodhisattvas alleviate suffering at different levels. At the outer level, that means helping people who suffer from hunger, thirst, violence, and neglect, who have no place to live or are not able to get a job. Bodhisattvas want to alleviate these outer circumstances that cause people to suffer greatly. The main way Homeboy Industries does that is by provid- ing jobs. A couple of its mottos are “Jobs, not jail,” and “Nothing stops a bullet like a job.” They say the bodhisattvas are also interested in alleviating suffering at the inner level. That inner level suffering comes from feeling that you’re really not okay, that nobody could love you. That comes from feeling there’s something fundamentally wrong with you, fundamentally lacking in you. This kind of suffering is all-pervasive— so many of us feel in the core of our being that we’re not okay. This inner suffering is addressed at Homeboy by being such a loving community. So many of the stories in Greg’s books, Tattoos on the Heart and Barking to the Choir, Pema Chödrön and Father Gregory Boyle on the joy of helping others At Homeboy we say that love is the answer, community is the context, and tenderness is the methodology. —Father Greg Boyle, founder of Homeboy Industries LION’S ROAR | NOVEMBER 2018 29