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Revolutionary Review: Digital Warriorship by Gwen Bell
Shambhala: The Sacred Path of the Warrior
This book is dedicated to any person who wants to be ready at any moment for anything. To the person who has dedicated themselves to a life of examination, of practice. This is a dedication to warriorship, in its many forms, but particularly as it applies to the digital realm. When the Buddha first sent students out into the world to go forth and teach the dharma, he instructed them to always do so in the language and idiom of the times.
I first learned about Gwen Bell when I joined the Reverb 10 community in December to write thirty-one posts to reflect on A few weeks later, I learned about a book she had authored called Digital Warriorship. A month or so later, I saw fellow reverber Bahieh K. I felt compelled to buy it after months of random debating. What can I properly say about this book? Well well, well.
Why Warriorship? Lessons from the next generation.