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Mindful : June 2015
6 mindful June 2015 your thoughts Degrees with Meaning for Careers with Purpose Maryland University of Integrative Health is an accredited graduate university where the ability to be self-refective and cultivate a healing presence is as critical to your academic success as competence in your chosen feld. Graduate degrees and certifcates in: · Nutrition and Integrative Health · Herbal Medicine · Yoga Therapy · Health and Wellness Coaching · Health Promotion · Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Online and On Campus Programs www.muih.edu 800-735-2968 you wrote in I got such a laugh when I read the letter from “truegangster- oflove” in the Februar y 2015 issue. He/she was complain- ing about your ar ticle on NFL Coach Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks (“The Game Changer,” December 2014). They were upset that Mindful would put a brutal, violent sub- ject in the magazine and argued it was detrimental to someone who meditates. I found it to be the opposite, and also, for someone who says they’re mindful, they didn’t think through their name too well before commenting, did they? “Gangster” cer tainly does not bring to mind non-violence! Cindi West Gunnison, CO To learn about future issues and upcoming events, sign up for our email newsletters at mind- ful.org. To share your feedback on this or other issues, email us with your full name, city, and state or province at mindful@ mindful.org. You can also visit facebook.com/mindfulorg or tweet us @MindfulOnline. For subscription questions, email email@example.com. Letters chosen for publication may be edited for length and clarity. All submissions and manuscripts become the property of The Foundation for a Mindful Society. connect you posted I agree with Congressman Tim Ryan’s points in “Does Fast Food Really Cost Less?” (April 2015). However, when you see a woman with her three kids unable to feed them any other way than by the McDonald’s dollar menu or the Big K kids meals, you can see that the problem isn’t just food—it’s education and how much we care for those in need. Gail Lehmann Facebook Is this ar ticle a joke? (“Have a Drink and Pay Attention,” April 2015). What’s nex t, mindful cigar smoking? Mindfulness faces the possibility of going the way yoga has gone in the US, becoming trivialized by market forces to the point where it looks faintly absurd. I think there are ar ticles in this magazine that could be published elsewhere. This is one of them. dd Mindful.org I knew I was getting some- thing right after all these years! (“Have a Drink and Pay Atten- tion,” April 2015.) Paul Webber Facebook “Crazy, Stupid Money” (April 2015) was an enlightening read. The fact that money can come bet ween friends, tear apar t families, and trigger marital blow-ups is why we decided to be careful about how we man- aged our money as a couple and with our kids. kamander Mindful.org “Uncovering Happiness” (April 2015) ver y accurately reflects my transformation from severe alcohol dependence to peace and acceptance through mind- fulness. I am now a chemical dependency counselor, sharing what I have learned with strug- gling addicts. Thank you for this! Stig Edwardson Mindful.org