Lion's Roar


I CONFESS: I am a Buddhist chauvinist. That’s because I believe the Buddha discovered an eternal and universal truth.

We suffer. There is a reason we suffer. We can end suffering, and there is a way to do it. If there is a deep mystical secret to the universe, this is it.

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