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Dzogchen Ponlop is a teacher, a poet, visual artist and city-dweller, based in the United States for two decades.
October 24, 2011 by Jack Elias CHT
How do we handle “hot” situations and interactions at work? What’s the best course of action when faced with the edginess of other’s opinions and the necessity of needing to get something done?
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