What I’m up to with this blog

This blog was originally intended for a few friends, family and me. Mainly me. I thought it would beat writing down my musings in a scrappy old notebook, even one with this picture on the front …

But I came to the conclusion, over the past couple of months, that we needed more Kadampa bloggers. I know they are out there, waiting. So this blog has become an invitation. Don’t leave me alone on this big world wide web!

If you want to write just a little something but don’t want to start a blog, you can send me your guest article. If it seems like a good idea, I’ll put it on this blog.

Or just use the comments section, that works, and it is handy for a blogger to have feedback!

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Author: Luna Kadampa

Based on 40 years' experience, I write about applying meditation and modern Buddhism to improve and transform our everyday lives and societies. I try to make it accessible to everyone anywhere who wants more inner peace and profound tools to help our world, not just Buddhists. Do make comments any time and I'll write you back!

5 thoughts on “What I’m up to with this blog”

  1. Hi, saw your comment on the Eating Animals blog post and followed the link. I’m a recent convert to vegetarianism (and hope to turn vegan one day soon) hence my new interest in this topic of not eating animal meat. Looks like a blog filled with interesting posts so will come back soon for more reading. 🙂

  2. I enjoyed looking at your blog. Personally I’m not much into blogs, and never ever go on Facebook or other such sites. So excuse me if I seem uniformed, but I wonder why you appear to use a pseudonym rather than your actual name? I am reluctant to join a blog written by an anonymous person, even though clearly you appear to have a good motive and a close connection with venerable Geshe-la. I too feel close to Geshe-la as my spiritual guide. I am in TTP at KMC CA and have been attending classes, festivals, giving teachings, and otherwise making kadampa buddhism my life’s central force for over a decade.

    Gary Davis

    1. Hi Gary, its a fair enough question and i’m not sure if i even know the answer! When I started this blog, it was one of the first Kadampa blogs (though there are now many more); and so in a way I was sticking my neck out and doing something new. I thought it would be discreet, in the background, for just a few family and friends; but it has gotten bigger and bigger and taken on a life of its own and now I’ll keep my pen name, at least for the time being. Call it shyness if you like! I’m sure I have other good reasons too, i’ll let you know if I think of them 😉

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