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    The Art of Reality Paid Member

    And I say to you: When someone leaves, someone remains. The point through which a man passed is no longer empty. The only place that is empty, with human solitude, is that through which no man has passed. �C�sar Vallejo More »
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    Dharma Family Values Paid Member

    A Protestant minister I know recently lamented that his congregation seemed to be aging. It's just too hard to keep teenagers in the church, he explained. They fall away, usually around fourteen or fifteen, after which you're lucky if you see them on Easter and Christmas. More »
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    Open Up Paid Member

    YOU COME INTO the city and if you've been away for a while, you return as a child. The world feels stark, the edges sharp, your senses are on fire. Your condition is one of wonderment; you cannot help but stare. But you know this will change if you stay. Life will assume a rhythm. You will fall into a routine. More »
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    Dharma Family Values Paid Member

    A Protestant minister I know recently lamented that his congregation seemed to be aging. It’s just too hard to keep teenagers in the church, he explained. They fall away, usually around fourteen or fifteen, after which you’re lucky if you see them on Easter and Christmas. More »
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    Open Up Paid Member

    YOU COME INTO the city and if you’ve been away for a while, you return as a child. The world feels stark, the edges sharp, your senses are on fire. Your condition is one of wonderment; you cannot help but stare. But you know this will change if you stay. Life will assume a rhythm. You will fall into a routine. More »
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    Everyday Path Moments Paid Member

    Ajahn Sumedho, abbot of the Amaravati Buddhist Centre, explains how to integrate insight into routine, daily life.More »