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Friends on the Path: Living Spiritual Communities

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Friends on the Path is an anthology that includes contributions from experienced Dharma teachers and Sangha leaders around the world; each giving sage advice on how to build and sustain a Sangha.
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Published August 1st 2002 by Parallax Press
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John McElhenney
Aug 11, 2008 John McElhenney rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I am still studying this one. It seems that this is what I am looking for in my quest for social media's heart.

Finding friends on the path. Today I met one such friend. And the universe and day rejoiced.

Namaste!
Stacie
We read many but not all of the selections in this book. And did a meditation retreat with Jack Lawlor. Take away the importance of committing to a sangha for the path to spiritual growth.
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This was a great book with excellent essays on the importance of community, support, and sangha.
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Astonishing. That in the 21st c. the buddha will be a group.
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