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Ask a Buddhist: Are Buddhists boring?

Although I study and write books on many world wisdom traditions, at heart, I am a committed Buddhist practitioner. This turn away from my childhood faith of Presbyterianism occurred on a narrow trail 500 feet above a terrifying and roaring river in the Himalayas.

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Meet Buddhist writer Sarah Conover

Spokane Faith & Values is happy to welcome Sarah Conover to its team of writers.

Conover teaches creative writing and meditation and has author several books, including "Muhammad: the Story of a Prophet and Reformer," which will be released later this year.

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BRIEF: Opportunity for young adults to explore Buddhism

Sravasti Abbey invites young adults ages 18 to 29 to explore the Buddha’s teachings within American culture during its annual Come and See: Young Adults Explore Buddhism program. No meditation experience is necessary; just an open and curious mind/heart, according to a press release.

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