Tag Archives: Gautama Buddha

What Is The Writer’s Path?

How It Began Last year I read Michael Hyatt‘s Platform: Getting Noticed in a Noisy World. I’ve actually read the book twice. I also did a review of it here. After I read the book, the second time. I thought … Continue reading

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How We’re Teaching Buddhism To Our Kids.

I’ve posted many times about my beliefs in Buddhism, but I’ve never discussed what we tell our kids about Buddhism or Christianity. Here’s a couple of recent stories about our life and raising our kids Buddhist. A few weeks ago, … Continue reading

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Buddhism Brought Me Back To Writing

For the last month there are only two things I’ve thought about, my writing and the Buddhist teachings I try to follow. Neither of these wouldn’t exist without the other. When I discovered Buddhism I was a lost eighteen year … Continue reading

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What Path Are You On?

Much like Frodo in the Lord of the Rings, each of us carry our ring, our burden the thing about us that we keep hidden from prying eyes. Continue reading

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