Sunday, September 1, 2019
Does everything happen for a reason? (video)
Alan Watts (alanwatts.org); Roy of Hollywood Tuckman (KPFK); Editors, Wisdom Quarterly
Does everything happen for a reason? - Alan Watts
(True Meaning, May 29, 2019) Alan Watts talks about whether or not everything happens for a reason. To support, donate at True Meaning ❤️ Instagram: truemeaningco
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Alan Watts was a prominent British Buddhist philosopher, writer, and speaker, who is recognized for interpreting and promoting Eastern Philosophy by making it accessible to the Western audience. His services as a volunteer programmer at KPFA.org, a Pacifica Radio station in Berkeley, California made him a very famous figure in San Francisco Bay Area.
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