I finally started reading a book I’ve had in my library for over a year: Dharma Punx by Noah Levine. Perhaps I’ll have more to say about it later, but I love this quote, taken from the preface…hiking Fiery Gizzard trails: Monteagle, Tennessee

Spiritual truth comes in many different forms and through many different spiritual traditions. While I find myself primarily engaged in Buddhist practice, some of the other Dharma Punx have dedicated themselves to the Sufi path of Islamic mysticism, to a personal relationship with Christ, or to the Hindu path of devotion and service. I use the term "Dharma" to mean the Truth with a capital T, and, as my father often reminds me, "That which is true is found in all spiritual and religious traditions." No one has the corner on the Truth.

Amen to that! 🙂