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Shambhala: The Sacred Path of the Warrior by Chögyam Trungpa

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      Are you getting increasingly morally lazy?  Do you think dressing nicely is not important?  Are you OK with just being alright?  Have you been shrinking a bit from the adventure of life?  These questions could go on for days…. The warrior class is super cool.  This book runs you through the basic elements of what it takes to be a warrior.  It’s short and deceivingly simple—which is good especially if you are OK with just being alright.  If you are in the mood to turn on all the lights of your interior so you glow in tremendous darkness this would be a great purchase.

Malady: Weakness

Desire: Strength

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