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22 November 2007

This week's guest:
Noel McLellan
[64 minutes]


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Noel McLellan and Marguerite Drescher with their son Gabriel


Our host,
Julia Sagebien

Noel talks about attending Vidya School in Boulder, the importance of Sun Camp, his role as Kusung Arm Commander, relating to Sakyong Mipham, the bond shared by his peers in the community, moving to Nova Scotia, taking a job at the Shambhala School in Halifax, and being a parent.

Our schedule: In the coming weeks we look forward to bringing you conversations with Barry Boyce, Barbara Bash, and Beverly Webster. Also coming soon, Ken Friedman leads a two-part dharma class for youth.

Please send your feedback to feedback@chroniclesradio.com.

Thank you to:

Peter Lieberson for permission to play his
vocal arrangement of the Shambhala Anthem at the end of this show,

Howard Harawitz for technical advice, CyberMusic.ca,

Marguerite Sands, for design consulting, Marguerite Sands Design,

Edzard de Ranitz, for the original web design, kikker.com.

The Shambhala Anthem and other songs by Trungpa Rinpoche are recorded on the Dragon's Thunder CD, available from the Shambala Shop,

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