On being socialy engaged

It is easy to get lost in the argument this is Buddhism and of little relevance. I will and would argue that to be social engaged is to be a part of life. Not to be engaged is to be withdrawn and self-centered.

The mechanism and venues a person chooses to be socially engaged are a product of their available time, energy and other demands. However, limited they all my be, at some level there has to be some engagement.

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One Response to On being socialy engaged

  1. Agreement.

    The poet David Whyte said that when you turn your eyes away from the world, the world turns its eyes away from you. He offered that one should instead pay profound attention, because only then will profound things happen.

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