Lita Albuquerque

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Buddhist teacher and author    Stephen Batchelor    and artist    Lita   Albuquerque    discuss their views on life, death, and the concept of impermanence with KCRW host Jonathan…

Lita Albuquerque and Stephen Batchelor on what spirituality and art teaches us about life and death

Buddhist teacher and author Stephen Batchelor and artist Lita Albuquerque discuss their views on life, death, and the concept of impermanence with KCRW host Jonathan…

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At Desert X Al Ula, artist Lita Albuquerque found the experience a joy and the critics "myopic." She said, “The structure of politics is something else, but the people are amazing."

Lita Albuquerque ‘comes alive’ at Desert X Saudi Arabia

At Desert X Al Ula, artist Lita Albuquerque found the experience a joy and the critics "myopic." She said, “The structure of politics is something else, but the people are amazing."

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