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Lions Roar : January 2005
2S H A M B H A L A SUN JANUARY 2005 60 54 Now That I Am Old and Have the Words for It The renowned novelist Maxine Hong Kingston talks for the first time about the place of Buddhism in her work and life, and about something more elusive she calls simply “the Chinese religion.” 67 Daughter Time “The time of childhood is going to go fast,” says Rick Bass, “but I’m doing what I can to slow it down. There’s still time for me to learn some of what they see and know and feel.” FEATURES The Future of Ice Novelist and adventurer Gretel Ehrlich backpacks the southern Andes, meditating on the experience of win- ter and exploring the effects of global warming. 35 Hot Enough for You? The latest science on world climate change and the impact of global warming on the polar regions. 36 God Is Big These Days And Karen Armstrong is worried. Michael Valpy profiles the ex-nun who is one of the world’s most authoritative commentators on religious issues. Surrendered to Love: King’s Legacy bell hooks on why King’s vision of life based on a love ethic is the philosophy that could heal our world today. 51 42 The King We Need: Teachings for a Nation in Search of Itself More than just a civil rights leader, he was one of America’s greatest moral and political philosophers. Charles R. Johnson looks at Martin Luther King, Jr., and why his teachings are important to all Americans today. Plus “Letter from Birmingham Jail” and a look at the spiritual and political thinkers who influenced King. Restoring the Virtue of Civility After all the attack ads, slander and appeals to the worst in people, a panel discussion on bringing depth, respect- fulness and integrity back to our national discourse. 28 60 54 PHOTOBYGAILEVENARIILLUSTRATIONBYMARKSTAMATY