Monthly Archive: April 2016

The Buddhist Problem With Identity

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One of the hardest lessons that comes out of meditation is the realization that we never truly know who we are.  At birth you we are given a name, a religion, a nationality, and race.  Then we spend the rest of our lives defending a fictional identity. We have to shed our preconceived notions of …

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Using unknown variables to deal with anger

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Like many people, one of the reasons I began studying Buddhism and practicing meditation was to help deal with some of my anger management issues, so when my new truck (new to me) was involved in a hit and run accident before I had even made the first payment on it, I was presented with …

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What Video Games Taught Me About Buddhism

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I am bad at playing video games.  When I say this, I mean I am bad at playing video games.  I can’t fly, I can’t drive, more than half the time I’m not sure where I’m supposed to go, and I believe that if I swing my own arms in the direction I want my …

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