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America puts too much faith in Eastern healing

By Sean Bosker

There’s a huge double-standard in American intellectual and spiritual life. Millions of otherwise rational, intelligent, Americans who are used to questioning what they’re told and thinking for themselves, are abandoning their critical thinking skills and accepting even the most absurd spiritual instructions at face value. For many American’s, if it comes from Asia, it must be right.

There’s an expression in the United States, “The grass is always greener on the other side.” It means that someone else’s yard always looks better than your own. The very nature of the yard belonging to someone else is the quality that makes it attractive, even though your own yard may be just as good.

Read the original article at: Mainichi Daily News

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