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Renunciation and the Marketplace

Following up the last post -- Petteri Sulonen's comment (#2) and Nathan's post at Dangerous Harvests point out that the Buddhist path and the values of consumerist capitalism are, shall we say, incompatible. However, one can find a huge amount of cognitive dissonance about this in dharma centers.... Read Full Post
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