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Authors > David Almquist

David Almquist David Almquist has been a professional writer for over 20 years. He earned a B.A. in English from Yale and an M.A. in East Asian Regional Studies from Harvard. Prior to 1982, David taught secondary school English, served as program director for a settlement house in Albany, NY, and ran a community school program in Cambridge, MA. In Peace Corps Malaysia, he was a teacher and public health overseer. In 1982, David established David Almquist Communications, offering marketing communications consulting and related services to over 250 small businesses in the Boston area, including a number of insurance and CPA firms as well as attorneys, management consultants, high tech firms, and a variety of service businesses. For several years he also taught a seminar and course in The Advertising and Marketing of Services for entrepreneurs and marketing professionals at Bentley College in Waltham, Massachusetts. His larger clients have included Compaq, Autodesk, Lycos, Wells Fargo Bank, and The Kennedy School of Government. David has been a devotee of Adi Da Samraj for nearly two decades.


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Bashing Gurus and Alternative Religions

Not too many years ago, it was common in our society to make jokes indiscriminately about Afro-Americans, women, homosexuals, and other minorities and ethnic groups. One by one these groups protested, and eventually changes occurred. But it is still officially okay, and in fact quite fashionable, to denigrate gurus and their devotees. Are we ready, as a culture, to take one more significant step toward tolerance?  
Religious Tolerance

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