Sounds True: Pema Chodron on “Why I Became A Buddhist.” Not me, Pema.

Via on Aug 5, 2008

Sounds True, founded by Tami Simon, publishes mostly audio recordings of great spiritual teachers. Among them, my fave, Pema Chodron. Here Pema talks about why she became a Buddhist, in a talk entitled, aptly, “Why I Became A Buddhist.” Enjoy! 


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One Response to “Sounds True: Pema Chodron on “Why I Became A Buddhist.” Not me, Pema.”

  1. […] done quite a few posts on Pema Chodron before. Click. Click. Clickety. Click. There’s also this remarkable interview with her by one of my journalist idols, Bill Moyers. […]

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