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Lions Roar : May 2019
Get the best of Buddhist wisdom delivered to your inbox. LionsRoar.com/newsletters MORE FROM LION’S ROAR COURSES | EVENTS | PARTNERSHIPS | N E W S NEXT 40 YEARS Our anniversary celebration continues, and with it, our look into Buddhism’s future. In this issue, we look at diversity as it relates to the dharma, its relevance, and its evolution. What will it take for Buddhism to serve all the many people who might benefit from it? How must it adapt? How will it thrive? These are pressing questions, so don’t miss the “Next 40 Years” section in this issue. And for lots more, search for “Buddhism & Diversity,” a curated collection of some of the best from our archives, on lionsroar.com. NEW FINE ART FOR YOUR HOME Just added to the Lion’s Roar online store: stunning new dharma art pieces to beautify your home or sacred space. Inspired by the art direction of Lion’s Roar magazine and Buddhadharma: The Practitioner’s Quarterly, our store’s art is selected to encourage awakening in every moment. (You can bet you’ll find plenty of it in our offices!) Each purchase supports both the Buddhist artists who’ve created these pieces, and Lion’s Roar’s non- profit mission. Whatever your tastes, you’ll find something to fall in love with in our new collection. store.lionsroar.com LION’S ROAR + NAROPA UNIVERSITY: THE THREE TURNINGS OF THE WHEEL New at Lion’s Roar Online Learning: a fascinating new series of classes about Buddhism’s Indo-Tibetan roots, produced in collaboration with Naropa University. Led by distinguished Naropa faculty members Judith Simmer-Brown, Amelia Hall, and Phil Stanley, these courses—perfect for students and teachers of Buddhism and meditation—will unfold over the next year, looking at each of Buddhism’s Three Turnings of the Wheel in depth. Finally, a fourth class will bring things up to the moment, looking at how the dharma has established new roots in the West. Learn more and register at courses.lionsroar.com/naropa. WE SIMPLY MUST SAY THANK YOU This year, we’ve received a humbling number of donations and kind messages in support of our work and mission. We’ve been a non-profit since our first issue—but with advertising and newsstand revenues falling industry-wide, we rely more than ever on the support of donors like you. Our fundraising goal for 2019 is $108,000; your donation of any amount will help us reach it, and continue to make Buddhist wisdom available to all. giving.lionsroar.com LION’S ROAR AT THE RUBIN Real Change: How Spirituality Can Power Activism The Rubin Museum, NY | May 8, 2019 The world today needs a real revolution—the kind of deep transformation that only spiritual practice can bring—in how we relate to ourselves, to each other, and to the environment. As part of our 40th anniversary celebrations, Lion’s Roar will host a panel discussion on Wednesday, May 8, at New York’s Rubin Museum of Art on the power of spiritually-inspired activism. This timely, lively discussion will feature Buddhist teacher Sharon Salzberg; Christian progressive leader Serene Jones, president of Union Theological Seminary; and NYU student Lydia Mason, whom Huffington Post recognizes as a key member of the new generation of black secular teen activists. For tickets and live streaming information, visit lionsroar.com/events. COURTESYOFTHEMETROPOLITANMUSEUMOFART LION’S ROAR | MAY 2019 9