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    Buddhist teacher, Amir Mourad describes how “Detachment” is a kind of spiritual selfishness and one of the potential downfalls of Buddhism, known as a “Hinayana Path,” which is considered to be deficient.

    Mourad explains that to be “Non-Attached” means you can be freely engaged without being attached; it does not mean to ignore the suffering of others. He says that to deny the suffering of others is a spiritual error.

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