Your books have meant a lot to me and I reflexively found myself jumping to your defense on the Sweeping Zen website. As a childhood victim of therapists and their big pharma masters the language of her article really bothered me. I railed against her in the comments section as childishly as any zen teacher. I think the big question for me is, is there any benefit to practicing buddhism? It all seems pretty pointless to me. I!￣ve seen no evidence that long-time practitioners are any happier or wiser than anyone else and they kind of seem ill-suited to help anyone else. Anyone else finished with this sad theater? Who says there has to be answers anyway?
Utterly amazing, it!￣s perfect!
Things that are good for a healthy life are equally important for both partners. If both partners are HIV positive you will have some of the same shared experiences and can support each other. Also, you do not need to worry about the risk of HIV transmission if you are both positive.
Replied by email with the information, sorry we still cannot post on our website.
before I was born, my name was chosen to be Waylon. during the delivery I!￣ve been told that I cried like a coyote, so they named me Waylon coyote, like a play on words. not only is it my spirit animal, its also my namesake.
The cap is so cool, makes the outfit more easy going. Like it so much
Hi and on the winter solstice!- great! Thanks Andrew.
Why not try to talk about this with your husband. It is difficult to comment otherwise. If your husband is on treatment there are lots of studies that also shows HIV is difficult to transmit. This may help if either of your are worried about intimacy because of HIV.
My truth this morning was that desire does not create suffering, but attachment to a fixed certainty creates suffering.