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The way of oneness

More African-Americans are embracing Buddhism, a sign of hope to some followers striving for greater diversity

By Vanessa E. Jones
Globe Staff / April 19, 2006

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Roslyn Springer first heard about Buddhism 18 years ago. A friend she practiced yoga with had told her about an upcoming retreat at the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, where people could meditate in silence. A ''woman on fire" at the time, she says, she jumped at the opportunity for some self-reflection. (Full article: 1627 words)

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