Buddhist perspectives on society and culture


Buddhist perspectives on
society and culture

A conversation on wise policy making

Prajnanandi read ‘a good heart is not enough’, and wrote to the author to say, ‘I absolutely agree with the principles you outlined, but when I applied the principles, I came to the opposite conclusions. Can we talk?’

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