Five Tenets of a Whole Life Path
Many long for a way to “integrate” their Buddhist practice with what is often called “the rest of my life.” This often fails. Doesn’t integration refer to separate things that must be brought together? In this talk, Gregory offers what he calls the Five Tenets of a Whole Life Path, a practical, yet demanding, way of engaging the teachings such that no action, no moment, no thought, is left out. There is no separation.