Buddhism & biodiversity: woods, meadows & ancient ways
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A person is inherently free, even though constrained by conditions. In other words, whatever the conditions may be, a person always has freedom in how to respond to them.
Such responsiveness may, however, require courage as involving risk and for this reason may be denied.
People do not necessarily recognise their own freedom, nor that of others.
In fact, these two aspects - self and other - are…
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