Kittisaro, from Tennessee, is a Princeton graduate and Rhodes Scholar and a Buddhist practitioner for over 35 years including 15 years as a Theravada monk in the Forest School of Ajahn Chah. He is also a practitioner of Pure Land and Chan Buddhism. He teaches Meditation and is director of Dharmagiri Hermitage & Outreach in South Africa. He has completed two year long retreats.
The 4 truths that en-noble as we grow through them
The 8 kinds of Dukkha – Anando, ex marine & monk, bowing through anger
Death is also impermanent, seeing through impermanence, one touches peace.
When the causes of dukkha break up, it ceases - revealing the timeless dharma.