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"A well-trained monk, it is said, lives as though he were already dead: free from attachment, from indecision, from confusion, he moves with no barrier between his will and his act."

Last Call

A Buddhist monk confronts Japan’s suicide culture.

By Larissa MacFarquhar

June 17, 2013

newyorker.com/magazine/2013/06

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