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<ul><li><p>B u d d h i s m c u lt u r e m e d i tat i o n l i f e s e p t e m B e r 2 0 1 4</p><p>j ac k ko r n f i e l d t h i c h n h at h a n h g i n a s h a r p e t h e t e ac h i n g s o f pau l n e w m a n</p><p>shambhala sun</p><p>Learn how you can benefit yourself and others by transforming anger into wisdom and compassion</p><p>The Poison TreeAn Anger Meditation in 4 Steps</p><p>How RAIN Quells the Flames of Anger</p><p>5 Mind-Training Slogansto Transform Anger</p><p>The Angry BuddhaThe Enlightened Power of No</p><p>AngerThe Wisdom of</p></li><li><p>Thich Nhat Hanh with children at Plum Village, France.pho</p><p>to</p><p> co</p><p>ur</p><p>te</p><p>sy</p><p> of</p><p> ww</p><p>w.l</p><p>an</p><p>gm</p><p>ai.</p><p>or</p><p>g</p><p>C h i l d r e n h av e a s p e C i a l p l a C e in the plum Village tradition of Buddhist teacher thich nhat </p><p>hanh. there are special practices, vows, and programs designed especially for children and teens, and </p><p>thich nhat hanh often fashions the first part of his dharma talks with them in mind. he regularly takes </p><p>questions from children, and by and large adults can identify with what they ask. children may be smaller </p><p>and younger and they may have a funny way with words, but their questions reveal that they, </p><p>like adults, are grappling with the </p><p>human condition. what follows are </p><p>real questions from children and </p><p>thich nhat hanhs insightful an-</p><p>swers from a new illustrated book, </p><p>Is Nothing Something? i always try </p><p>to give an answer that offers the best </p><p>of myself, thich nhat hanh says.</p><p> i am much older than the children </p><p>who asked these questions, but </p><p>when we sit and breathe together, </p><p>it seems that we are the same. </p><p> a n d r e a M i l l e r</p><p>Is Nothing Something?ThiCh nhaT hanh answers childrens questions.</p><p>From is nothing something? by Thich Nhat Hanh, 2014 by Unified Buddhist Church. Reprinted by arrangement with Parallax Press, Berkeley, California. </p><p>I l lu s t r at I o n s b y </p><p>j e s s I c a m c c lu r e</p><p>SHAMBHALA SUN SepteMBer 2014 SHAMBHALA SUN SepteMBer 2014 3736</p></li><li><p>Mindfulness is energy. This energy helps us enjoy what is happening</p><p>right now. Mindful energy can bring us a lot of joy. It helps us suffer</p><p>less and learn from our suffering. A good way to get some mindful</p><p>energy is to close your eyes and breathe easily. Just pay attention to</p><p>your breath. If you can enjoy your in-breath and out-breath, you are</p><p>creating mindful energy.</p><p>Yes. Nothing is something. You have an </p><p>idea in your head of nothing. You have an idea in</p><p>your head of something. Both are things that can</p><p>create either suffering or happiness.</p><p>SHAMBHALA SUN SepteMBer 2014 SHAMBHALA SUN SepteMBer 2014 3938</p></li><li><p>Sometimes the people around you are distracted and may </p><p>forget to express their love. But if you feel like no one loves you,</p><p>you can always look outside at the natural world. Do you see a </p><p>tree out there? That tree loves you. It offers its beauty and</p><p>freshness to you and gives you oxygen so you can breathe. The</p><p>Earth loves you, offering you fresh water and delicious fruit for </p><p>you to eat. The world expresses</p><p>its love in many ways, not</p><p>just with words.</p><p>To love is to discover. If you keep on </p><p>loving another person, you will keep</p><p>discovering wonderful things about that</p><p>person. You can enjoy the differences</p><p>because it would be boring if everyone </p><p>were the same. Even if the other person</p><p>has a quality that doesnt seem lovable,</p><p>you can practice loving that person </p><p>anyway, just as they are, and not how</p><p>you wish they were.</p><p>SHAMBHALA SUN SepteMBer 2014 41</p></li><li><p>Were pleased to offer you this article from the new issue of Shambhala Sun magazine. </p><p>Like what you see? Then please consider subscribing.</p><p>$6.99 US / $7.99 C</p><p>anada</p><p>Simple, powerful technique</p><p>s for real relief </p><p>from what puts you on edg</p><p>eat work, at home,</p><p>in relationships, and more. 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