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Summer reading before summer ends

The Electric Universe by Wallace Thornhill and David Talbot is, first off, readable and easily understandable for the non-physicists and electrical engineer. This is most important – not only for the interested reader – but for the hypothesis and paradigm … Continue reading

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Books for the summer or anytime

Buddhist practice and philosophy The Buddha’s Ancient Path by Thera Piyadassi: I’ve been reading Buddhist texts and commentaries for over 20 years. This small book was the clearest explanation of the living expression of the Four Noble Truths that I … Continue reading

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Mahayana and Philosophical Reading

Mahayana and Tantric Buddhism has been the primary reading for a while. Sprinkled in have been a few other subjects. Here are some highlights as possibilities for your summer reading. The Buddha’s Ancient Path. Clean, clear. A call to the … Continue reading

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