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An Appropriate Response

With Pamela Weiss recorded on July 9, 2017.

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What does it take to respond rather than react to the increasing complexity and divisiveness of our world? This talk will explore Buddhist teachings that illuminate the sources of our fundamental reactivity, and reveal ways to help us see and see through it.

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