(I considered removing this very first Gita Talk blog, but I decided to leave it in so you can see Gita Talk’s humble beginnings. Originally I was hoping I could cajole 5-6 of my blogosphere friends to participate.)
Hi, Everyone. I’m looking for a few volunteers to participate in an online book discussion. We’ll read through the Bhagavad Gita together and discuss it on my Elephant Journal blog, with simultaneous posts to Yoga Journal Community.
All you’ll be committing to is reading the book and making a comment on each of my blog posts, which will come out chapter-by-Chapter about once a week. (The book is short–only 205 pages.)
The discussion will, of course, be open to anyone, just like any other blog. But I want to make sure I have a core group of participants before I get started.
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