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Have you applied mindfulness to the extent necessary? You could consider next the exploration of non-violence

Buddha-Dharma offers a diversity of themes to explore the human experience. Currently, the primary exposure to the teachings in the West occurred through mindfulness/meditation retreats. Not surprisingly, mindfulness/meditation gained a self-existence somewhat detached from much of the rest of the body of the teachings. Continue reading 



The Facebook Empire. Profit over Pain?

I watched on television and YouTube some of the Senate Hearing on the toxic practices of Facebook with its apparent determination to put profit over pain.

Facebook whistle-blower Francis Haugen photocopied thousands of pages of internal documents revealing the morally bankrupt practices of Facebook. Continue reading 



Do You Have The Right To Be Angry?

A word, such as anger, gains its meaning through agreement and through the circumstances of its application. A word does not possess an inherent meaning.

For example, I hate you can express an intense dislike, a rage against another or against a group of people. Continue reading 




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