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Why So Many Americans Think Buddhism is Just a Philosophy

Only a few parts of Buddhism's much larger practice were transplanted into American soil in the late 19th century. Here's how Buddhism changed when it migrated. The post Why So Many Americans Think Buddhism is Just a Philosophy appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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