How a Buddhist Parable Saved Me From Depression

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I would definitely not rate myself as a spiritual person. My attention span is horrible and I’d probably start snoring within the first five minutes of a philosophy class. Not to mention, I am prone to continuous bouts of gut-wrenching anxiety — a state where…

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Shourya Agarwal

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A bewildered star gazer drifting from distortion to discovery.

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