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To mark the twentieth anniversary of its founding, Sangharakshita shows how the FWBO has attempted to follow the Buddhist 'Middle Way', learning from the mistakes and discoveries of others, and trying to rise above the sorts of extremes that can dog the lives of individuals and spiritual communities alike.
Talk given in 1987.
|1.||Twenty years of the FWBO (10:20)|
|2.||A Movement of the middle way (4:06)|
|3.||What is the 'middle way'? (4:15)|
|4.||The division between monks and laity (5:55)|
|5.||Commitment is primary, lifestyle is secondary (7:49)|
|6.||The middle way in relating to our parents (11:50)|
|7.||The middle way in relating to Western culture (14:16)|
|8.||The middle way in relating to the world (5:22)|
Total running time: 1:06:39