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    Is the problem in our heads?

    A key project that I’ve accentuated from the Disengaged Buddhists is that the causes of agony are primarily mental- peculiarly the” three lethals” or” unwholesome springs” of craving( raga ), hatred or resentment( dvesa/ dosa) and delusion( moha)- and that therefore changes in material conditions of life will do relatively little to solve them. Engaged […] More

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    On being Buddhist and distinctively Buddhist

    At the beginning of my replies to Evan Thompson’s response, I noted that there are two core access in which my eudaimonist Buddhist modernism differs from a great deal of premodern Buddhist tradition. I will first address the one that I take to be a deeper modification to the tradition, in include points beyond the […] More

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    7 Expert Tips for Adapting to Life’s Curveballs

    Life hurls us curveballs all the time–and sometimes, all in one day. These curveballs might be relatively minor: a effort project doesn’t go your course, your peer makes a hurtful remark, your automobile won’t start, you get sick before a big presentation, your kids won’t sleep. Or these curveballs might be major and( first) seem […] More

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