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  1. I read Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 at nine years old, it was a particularly difficult time in my life,, and that book fundamentally altered, my view of the world. I will always be thankful to him for that!
  2. Hello, I have read certain excerpts of Buddhist literature. Directly translated words written down a long time ago, when they started having a written language. It has made my life richer. I feel that all of these ancient people have to be listened too. I feel that ancient people tend to not have religious motives and their stories are free from political-religious rhetoric that leave you feel clean with a sense of purity. I wonder if any pure ones will ever write down ancient words handed down through the ages about reality. I feel that people are not told the truth and many things people are told to be fairy tales are in fact true. amitabha adia
  3. Thoughts on how Buddhist books are utilised in the West - how they're read, what is read and whose reading them: https://www.vajrayanaworld.com/long-bits/the-state-of-buddhist-publishing
  4. Interesting blog post questioning the role of meditation as a universal panacea: http://magicoftheordinary.wordpress.com/2013/08/15/danger-will-robinson/
  5. Taoism vs. Daoism

    From what I've gathered Taoism and Daoism are basically the same thing; just different translations of the Chinese word. I've heard a few people say they are a little bit different though. Are they?
  6. Wired for Sex

    Interesting documentary relating to cultural programming, marketing, and technology