“What the Buddha taught”

After turning to Buddhism, Aspi Mistry discovered solutions to many of life’s quandaries

Having shifted house 11 times in the first 11 years of his marriage, including landing up in a police lockup for a few nights over a tenancy dispute in which he was accused of dacoity, trespassing and breaking in at night, Aspi Mistry turned to Buddhism to improve his "House Karma.” He had been given a book on Buddhism by his younger brother, writer Cyrus who had turned to the philosophical religion believed to be founded by Siddhartha Gautama sometime between the sixth to fourth century before the Christian era.               Aspi Mistry teaching at the Deer Park Institute......

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