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Lions Roar : January 2005
10 SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2005 bin Laden because they oppose our enemy of the moment. The letter writers say that America is not perfect but there is nowhere else they’d rather be. I agree with that, but I also want my country to be better, more just and more humane tomorrow than it was today. When people throw labels like “Liberal Socialist Political Whiners” around, they only contribute to the collective fantasy that we are separate people and some are better than others. Wouldn’t it be better to try to see how those “Whiners” are like you? Finally, I have to agree with Thich Nhat Hanh that we are not blameless vic- tims of terror. While I doubt that we can eliminate terrorism by bringing an end to world poverty, I’ll bet it would make a dent. My life experience is that I’ve grown as much from looking at my shortcomings as looking at my virtues. Both are part of me and of America. I hope we will look at the actions of our government and corporations honestly and make real amends for the wrongs we have done. Doing so will only make our many virtues shine the brighter. Bill Freeto Chicago, IL CONTINUATIONS Just as I get interested in an article, I get to the end of the page only to be referred to the back of the magazine to finish it. In the September issue, I spent five minutes looking for the rest of an article on page 71 (“Searching for the Truth that is Far Below the Surface,” by David Rome) and eventually found it on page 91. Why don’t you run the articles sequentially and not split them? Even if you print the page numbers correctly, I need to have two bookmarks handy if I leave an article halfway to read later. John Rees Bristol, England * * * The photographs of skateboarder Jocko Weyland in the September issue were by Rob Erickson. A photo credit was omitted.