The Mask We All Wear

The Buddha

Masks have become a controversial topic in the United States with the advent of the Covid-19 pandemic. Experts are clear that the best thing most people can easily do to reduce the spread of the virus is to wear a mask.

Citizens of the United States, of course, are ever quick to assert their rights, since that was the driving concept behind the founding of our nation, however unevenly the Founders applied the rights they…

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Uppity gay, Buddhist, author, historian.

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William B. Turner

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Uppity gay, Buddhist, author, historian.

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