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Frontline Dharma: Exploring how practice can support and nourish us in engaging with challenging times

With Zohar Lavie recorded on June 24, 2017.

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For many of us these are times of deep questioning: How do we respond to the challenges we are facing in our societies and our planet? What can we do? How to engage in ways that are skilful and non-harming and also honour our inner sense of integrity, urgency and care? Zohar offerssome reflections and suggestions on how Dharma practice can support us in exploring these issues using her own experience of Dharma activism in Israel/Palestine, environmental education and working with the leprosy affected in India.

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