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(RNS) The mindfulness movement has seeped into Silicon Valley, Capitol Hill, and even the United States Military Academy at West Point. Next stop: the voting booth. By Daniel Burke.

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  1. Kathleen Winfrey

    I understand that your aiming for mindfulness for the ballot boxes. Every vote counts! so, it is very important that if you will vote, you should choose the right person to vote for. That is why buddist aim for mindfulness vote so that there will be enlightenment and presence of mind while voting, and that is very important!

  2. Of course we know Saratswati who became “The Buddha”, was seeking the truth.
    He stated that he could find nothing until he left all religion behind. Buddhism
    CAN be a religion but that was not the intent. Buddhism is a way of life, therefore
    one can be a Catholic Buddhist. I am highly educated, so I am interested in what
    you are doing. Can we talk? Here is another “gaj701@gmail.com” or call me.
    920-652-0154