Hi. I joined ages ago but now hope to much more active

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Hi. I joined ages ago but now hope to much more active

Post by andyebarnes67 » Mon Aug 14, 2017 9:47 pm

Hi everyone.
I joined here many moons ago but made little use of this space as I got drawn into Buddhist Facebook groups instead.

However, as my studies of, and occasional realisations from, the Canon progress and my questions become more technical, I found those somewhat lacking. Perhaps it's the ego echo chamber that Facebook can often be that gets in the way.

Anyway, I've now left said groups and so look forward to learning from the good folk here and contributing what little I may, where I can

........ Off to explore the boards :woohoo:
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Re: Hi. I joined ages ago but now hope to much more active

Post by retrofuturist » Wed Aug 16, 2017 12:28 am

Greetings Andy,

Welcome back.

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Metta,
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