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Nonattachment: The Big Kahuna of Spirituality — So Hard, but so Worth the Work

Ram Dass expresses it best.

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In April of 2015, my brother and I went to the Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia. I’m an avid golf fan and the Masters is the premiere tournament and the only of the four majors that are played on the same course every year. For decades I had been viewing that iconic course…




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David Gerken

David Gerken

Meditation and Mindfulness teacher. Dad of three precious kids. Former writer for THE WEST WING. Follow me at

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