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Lions Roar : May 2019
ILLUSTRATIONBYMEGUMIYOSHIDA FEATURES 36 THE JOY OF SELF-CARING Self-care isn’t just treating yourself to chocolates or bubble baths. Real self-caring, says Cyndi Lee, is a practice. It’s how you show yourself the love and com- passion you deserve. 42 ONLY NIRVANA IS MORE BEAUTIFUL Andrea Miller visits the ancient artistic wonder known as the Ajanta Caves. As an inscription inside says, it’s best to attain nirvana, but second best is living in beauty. 48 DAN HARRIS IS 10% HAPPIER (AND HE’S HAPPY WITH THAT) Network anchor and Buddhist Dan Harris’ best-selling book and popular app offer real- world wisdom and achievable goals. As Harris tells Jennifer Keishin Armstrong, he wants to help bring meditation from the fringes to the mainstream. 53 BUDDHISM? THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT Sam Littlefair looks at apps with a Buddhist bent that offer teachings and meditation tips. CONTENTS 56 RIGHT SWIPING: PART 2 In the finale of our story on the dharma of online dating, Alicia moves from swiping matches to real- life dates, with advice from Buddhist relationship experts Melvin Escobar and Yael Shy. Lindsay Kyte meddles. 63 LOVING-KINDNESS PRACTICE FOR ONLINE DATING “May we not be attached to the way we looked ten years ago,” and other aspirations. 64 THE BEAUTIFUL NEGATIVE IONS OF GOVERNANCE Anne Waldman offers a poem of hope to Jared Polis (and the country) at his inaugura- tion as the new governor of Colorado. 66 BUDDHISM: THE NEXT 40 YEARS We continue our anniversary series looking at the important issues facing Buddhism in the next 40 years. In this issue: Diversity. The Invisible Majority, Chenxing Han From “Other” to Others, Roshi Pat Enkyo O’Hara Noble Black Manhood: A New Rite of Passage, Pamela Ayo Yetunde Beyond the Upper Middle Way, Ann Gleig The Infrastructure of Inclusion, Crystal Johnson