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Integrity demands an answer …

Integrity demands an answer to the question: How well do you practice what you claim to believe in? Bodhidharma, the sixth-century Zen master, put it simply when he said, “All know the way, but few actually walk it.” What he was referring to is concentricity — the consistency of one’s belief, words, and actions. Anyone […]

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