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Lions Roar : November 2018
clothing—dungaree tops and bottoms— but I was allowed to keep my slipper shoes, which I fondly called my arhat shoes. Then they marched us in and gave us showers. All of this was in public, with lots of guards and prisoner-helpers yell- ing at us every step of the way. After the shower they sprayed us with chemicals to kill bugs, whether we had any or not. Then I was taken to my cell in a block on the second floor. The prison was divided into three floors, each with two wings, making a total of six cell blocks. Each cell block probably had fifty or a hundred cells— I’m not sure how many—but they ran along each wall, and the center area in between was designated a “day area.” I shared a cell with this terribly afflicted guy who had the lower rack. His face was all red, and he looked like he was extremely angry all the time. When they served him his food he grumbled and swore and threw most of it into the toilet. I tried talking to him a couple of times, but he had nothing to say to me. I spent the first afternoon and evening in my cell. I slept sitting up, listening HOT OFF THE PRESS TOUCHING GROUND Devotion and Demons Along the Path to Enlightenment By Tim Testu Wisdom Publications, 216 pp., $15.99 (paper) LION’S ROAR | NOVEMBER 2018 74