We reflect on the Buddhist dharma and the Quaker light through an old story found in The Barn at the End of the World by Mary Rose O’Reilley. Published by Milkweed Editions in Minneapolis in 2000. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joey-armstrong1/support
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