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THE ROLE OF BUDDHIST practice altogether is to tame the mind and quell the uproar of negative emotions.

Such emotions are powerful. They can easily overtake us, and once they do they lead quite naturally to harmful behavior toward ourselves or others. So the question is, how do we work with such

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