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From the BuddhaFest DC youtube channel,
What if we could make a difference by doing something simple? A bunch of us walked into a bookstore in downtown Washington, DC, sat down and started chanting OM. Here's what happened.
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I expect they were not happy about the people turned away by the chanting. I could see some stop at the door and turn right around.
Watching people sit for what might appear to be the first time is so sweet. Interesting. I wonder what the bookstore management thought about it?
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