Disputing the Point


A couple of friends, I mean real friends not Facebook friends have informed me they’ve tried to comment on my posting regarding Syria, but their comments have not made it to the page. I don’t know what the deal is, I’ve looked at the comment section and don’t see anything there…

One friend Algernon D’Ammassa, an old Zen hand, has written two comments that are posted at his blog. Worth a visit.

This first one really is mainly taking me to task for not approving his comment.

Syria update, Buddhist blogs, and dialogue

and, more important, his point is covered here…

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