Using the Book of Sources, write an essay of at least 1000 words.
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The Theravada Buddhist
In his place, the Theravada Buddhist arose from her seat with an air of equanimity I found reassuring, particularly after the Vedic priest’s just-concluded admonitions. However, my own brief equanimity quickly fled in the face of her surprisingly unhelpful opening remarks: “All three options are open to you. In fact, it may be the wisest choice for you to undertake not just one but all three, either in their given forms at separate times, or in different ways concurrently.” Noticing my intent to interrupt out of no small irritation, she gestured—firmly but somehow also gently, in keeping with her continued equanimity—for me to remain silent for the moment. She continued: “Yes, such advice is understandably perturbing to you...
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