What Is A Buddhist~ via Zach Rosen.

Via on Mar 24, 2011

What is a Buddhist?

Well, “It is neither good or bad… But we do accept PayPal!”

With the video below, Zach Rosen humorously points out how complicated answering this question can be, if you are a “Buddhist.”

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