Kinship with All Life
by J. Allen Boone

The author tells how he learned Buddhism from a dog. He claims not to be bothered by ants or house flys since he communicated with them. He thinks Indians are not bothered by rattle snakes and can ride bareback because they regard snakes and ponies as their brothers.

Year Read: 2004


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