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Don Handrick - The Eight Pillars of Joy - Shared screen with speaker view
Ginger
43:09
nope
William Macauley
43:38
me neither
marywellhoner
44:14
might be one for book group
Mary Maul
45:37
awesome book fun to read
Cyndy
45:50
I just finished it. it would be excellent for book group
Deb Prevost & Joe
01:10:09
All scales: space, time, distance, speed
William Macauley
01:12:00
I have been having that experience with the woman who was, I thought, the prettiest girl in my jr. high. I am learning now that she had a terrible childhood, lots of abusive experiences with parents and siblings. Changes entirely how I understand how she seemed then.
William Macauley
01:16:19
This is the real gift of Buddhism for me--you can always change it, even when you don't feel like it necessarily SHOULD be changed, and nothing is permanent.
William Macauley
01:18:01
Isn't it interesting how often real joy accompanies real suffering?
Ginger
01:33:53
Can everyone please mute themselves? Thank you!
Ginger
01:41:08
Apologies, need to leave for the evening. Thank you so very much, Anne, Trey, and Don!
Deb Prevost & Joe
02:04:59
Herman Heinlein describebes laughter to the visiting martian as a "human survival mechanism"!
William Macauley
02:08:39
The Sneetches: https://youtu.be/PdLPe7XjdKc
Cyndy
02:12:51
I notice that, while each pillar is independent but they also build upon each other and are interdependent
Trey Ligon
02:16:50
If you would like to make a donation for tonights teaching please go to: dharmakayacenter.com
William Macauley
02:16:59
The cartoons were wonderful!