I don't consider myself Buddhist as I don't visit Buddhist centers often, I don't have any master nor close Buddhist friends. I never joined any retreat.
On the other hand I enjoy reading books and watching videos on this matter, and I try to meditate as often as possible. I think Buddhism is very meaningful in my search for the true peace of mind.
Somehow it must be possible to conciliate common life and spirituality.
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