A month unplugged (no joke)

unplugged

I will be spending the rest of April ‘unplugged’ from most social media as I spend some much-needed time in my own mini-retreat. I’m sure there will be some meditation involved, but also plenty of writing on my bigger projects: a couple articles and two chapters for my thesis that are underway.

2013 has been off to a great start here at American Buddhist Perspective, and life on Google+, twitter, and facebook has been abuzz with great conversations, breaking news, and thoughtful opinions. And I look forward to returning in May.

In fact there will be one more post here this month, an interview I started last week. The questions are in the process of being answered and rounded up and I should have a post together on Saturday or soon thereafter.

Life shifts and karmic momentum
Thich Nhat Hanh comes to USA for further treatment, funds sought to cover costs
Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche on how us lazy people can start meditation
Top 5 Reasons to Study Buddhism

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