From the Rising Tide Meditation Hall at a retreat at Magnolia Grove Monastery in Batesville, Mississippi during the 2013 Nourishing Great Togetherness teaching tour. This is a session of questions and responses from those at the 6-day retreat with the theme Healing Ourselves, Healing the World. The date is September 28, 2013.
How do you deal with depression?
How is it possible for humankind to achieve world peace?
How do I help a friend who is depressed?
How can I help a friend who has a problem with his parents and has suicidal thoughts?
How can I help a friend who speaks in anger to his mother and to be less angry?
What do you do when you are stuck between two paths in your life?
What is the Buddhist perspective on mental disorders, particularly personality disorder, and how a family can heal with this ongoing challenge?
How can I practice with my fear of dying?
What is the essence of true love?
Should we act as a human shield to raise awareness and to stop war and violence in the world?
Concerns about consumption of products with less integrity.
How can I work with the historical suffering of the Jewish community?
I would like to offer walking meditation and do you feel that I am qualified?
How does this sangha influence the other sanghas we have created, such as government?
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