Great Plains Buddha Roundup

Just a few pieces of work across the Buddhablogosphere that were of particular interest to me this week.

  1. First off, check out my posts over at the Elephant Journal.  A Practical Guide to Finding a Buddhist Teacher is a humorous and insightful (my opinion) rework of a previous post on this blog.  Nigger Please? ~ Censuring Mark Twain is my take on the recent release of some Mark Twain classics sans certain words. 
  2. Nathan of Dangerous Harvests fame did an amazing job elucidating how to mix Buddhism and raising children in his latest Buddhist Geeks Post ~ Children and Buddhism: An Undesirable Match?
  3. Kyle at The Reformed Buddhist hit my g-spot with his hilarious post What you thought Buddhism would be like.
  4. Wendy Haylett (Buddhist Lay Minister) had a wonderful post on urgency over at Things As They Are ~ Losing my Center.
  5. Also check out S.A Barton’s wonderful post Addicted to Attachment. It is a narrative about alcholism, recovery, Buddhism and the Tao.

That is obviously just a small taste of what was done.  If there were any posts that struck a chord (Buddhism or not) for you this week please leave them in the comments





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