Just a few pieces of work across the Buddhablogosphere that were of particular interest to me this week.
- 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.
- 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?
- Kyle at The Reformed Buddhist hit my g-spot with his hilarious post What you thought Buddhism would be like.
- Wendy Haylett (Buddhist Lay Minister) had a wonderful post on urgency over at Things As They Are ~ Losing my Center.
- 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