Enlighten Your Daily Load

It’s the fourth Buddhist Blog Swap, created by the great Nate DeMontigny over at Precious Metal! And this one’s a video-blog swap!

This blog swap I have been honored to be paired with Reverend Danny Fisher. He is an individual who I have been following for awhile. You can read his good works on his blog Danny Fisher.

This swap was unique for me, because I was given a video blog and I am a writer. Working outside my comfort zone, I embraced the video gift and gave one back!

The topic we both tackled was “enlightening your daily load.” I have posted both vlog entries for you to enjoy. They both approached the subject differently, which I think was brilliant.

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Author:Sumitta

Born Joshua Hudson, Reverend Sumitta (his ordained name) finished a twenty-year career as a military photo-journalist, and became a Licensed Social Worker with continuing studies in Mental Health, Healthcare Advocate, and Buddhist Minister. Currently, he works as the Director of Psychological Health and Primary Prevention of Violence for the U.S. Air Force. Previously, he served as the healthcare patient advocate for the Veterans Healthcare Administration, and is a License Clinical Social Worker, with a Master’s in Clinical Social Work at the University of Pittsburgh, working as a drug and alcohol rehabilitation counselor, public speaker, trainer and personal/family advisor. His dharma name "Sumitta," which translates to "Good Friend" in Pali.

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  1. VIDEO: My Contribution to the Fourth Buddhist Blog Swap! « Rev. Danny Fisher - June 17, 2010

    […] daily load.”  You can go back and watch Joshua’s vlog here, and you can watch mine over at Applied Buddhism or […]

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