Apathy, Fear, and Loss During This Shutdown

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Apathy, Fear, and Loss During This Shutdown
Apathy, Fear, and Loss During This Shutdown
Venerable Thubten Chodron responds to a letter about coping with fear and loss during the coronavirus shutdown.













Source: https://thubtenchodron.org
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