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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See also Where are the Kadampas?

Thanks.

Author: Luna Kadampa

Based on 35 years' experience, I write about applying Buddhist meditation to our everyday lives. I try to make it accessible to everyone who wants more inner peace, 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. 🙂

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  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.

    Regards,
    Gary Davis

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    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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