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Podcast Episode 66: Judgment, Burning Hearts, Inuits, and Monkey Attacks

Podcast Episode 66:

Welcome back, this is Daily Buddhism audio show number Sixty-Six recorded March 22nd, 2014. My name is Brian Schell, and I am your host for the show.


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Links to this show’s original articles:

Judgmental Family and Hypocrisy

Koan: My Heart Burns Like Fire

Can Anyone Be a Buddhist?

Staying Focused and Working on Mindfulness

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1 comment to Podcast Episode 66: Judgment, Burning Hearts, Inuits, and Monkey Attacks

  • Theresa

    I am interested in child development in Buddhist communities…
    Please share your thoughts and experiences…