How about a large ooey-gooey eggplant pizza for his Holiness? Why is it that spiritual teachers must always originate from the Orient or remote parts of Tibet? I mean, when somebody from England, Germany or America tries to spearhead a spiritual movement, they are always called a cult leader. Or at best, a kook! When you hear the word “lama”, it’s always in reference to a high priest, a holy guide or a venerated spiritual master. In my neck of the woods, someone who meets that definition typically has his own televangelist show. But what if the Western world produced a bonafide holy man who grew up on Happy Meals and music videos? Would he be embraced as a source of great wisdom or rejected as an impious fraud? Thanks to Doctor Strange, we’ll learn just how such an occurrence might come about!