Love & Loneliness from a Buddhist POV. {“Things I would like to do with You” Book Reading & Discussion}

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“Genuine love is friendship. Genuine love resides only in the present moment. Genuine love is everyday. Genuine love feels no need to entertain the space away. Genuine love is up, genuine love is down and yet genuine love never wavers.” ~ Waylon Lewis, Things I would like to do with You


Waylon Lewis, author of Things I would like to do with You, speaks at Innisfree Cafe in Boulder, Colorado on the Buddhist perspective on Love, Loneliness & Relationships with a Q&A, a book reading and meditation instruction.

“As you and I both know, in our bones, in our blood, in our mindstream, in our calm moments…love is made up of space just as the earth is made up of water. And my love includes laughter.” ~ Waylon Lewis, Things I would like to do with You

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