Archive | April, 2010

Their Death Should Wake Us Up To Living.

Each day, hundreds of mourners gather together in West Virginia: first in hope, and now in remembrance. The life of the coal miners is a dangerous one, and so some may not find it surprising that such a tragedy could occur, but nonetheless, it should remind us all of the fragility of life. It begs […]

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My Practice, My Family (Guest Writer)

For those that don’t know, I’m a husband, a proud parent of a 15 month old boy, and expecting another little one in September. To say that my Buddhist practice and my family are linked would be a colossal understatement. It was just a little under 2 years ago that we found out we were […]

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