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Originally posted on Guhyasamaja Center Blog:
It’s human nature to want to buy stuff…more and more stuff. That being said, why not try to buy from socially responsible companies? Many companies donate a percentage of their sales to charity (for…
This morning I showed my wife a newspaper photo depicting a politician who closely resembles a recent movie villain. “No one will vote for him,” I said. She laughed and agreed, but a little while later said, “Wow, that made … Continue reading