Accepting death is the key to a meaningful life. But doing so isn’t easy. Buddhist teachings can help us transcend a dualistic view of life and death, helping us to treasure each day we have. By turning towards impermanence and our own mortality, we can touch the timeless in the here and now. In this Dharma Talk series, Shin Buddhist Reverend Marvin Harada, Resident Minister at the Orange County Buddhist Church in Anaheim, California, shares inspiring examples from the Shin tradition of people and practices that will help us face mortality. 

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