How can we bring our path of practice to life?
By engaging with the world fully and intimately—starting with the most basic aspects of our own lives.
In the video below, at the request of Lodro Rinzler of the 35 under 35 project, I talk about the relationship between Buddhist practice and social action, covering everything from materialism, transcendence, situational ethics, the occupy movement and compartmentalization to intimacy.
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