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Let’s Just Call It Love

“It’s uncertain, isn’t it?”


DEAR FRIENDS, the important question is not the future of Buddhism and its message. What’s important is the widespread realization of wisdom and compassion.

It is clear that no amount of outer technological development—supercomputers, enhanced genetics, nanotechnology, biotechnology, space technology, and the rest—will end warfare, racism, environmental destruction, tribalism, and global injustice.

The US is the world’s largest producer and exporter of weapons, yet we do not feel safe. We have grain elevators full of

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