Mudita Dhamma Talks

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  1. Hi,
    I’ve been enjoying and benefiting from blog lately…found it from Dhammawheel. Keep up the good work. Your Dhamma writing is great.
    Though I don’t particularly respond to your political commentary, but that’s normal for me on the Western Buddhist scene. I’m not overtly political anymore but I certainly have what might be called a right wing aesthetic, and I see in Gotama Buddha a spiritual aristocratic of the highest order and certainly no social justice warrior.

    • I’m glad it’s been helpful. Politics is fraught and, ultimately, a vain pursuit. For me social justice is yet another way to try to express and live by the brahmaviharas. But, as always, I could certainly be doing it wrong. Wishing you every good blessing and success.


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