Logo Live’s Johnny Sibilly is having a spiritual moment with actress, entrepreneur, and activist Angelica Ross as she shares her truth on finding her inner peace, supporting trans and queer folks like Lil Nas X and Laverne Cox, learning to code as a means of empowering trans folx in tech, and why she thinks she would be the perfect Omarosa in Snatch Game on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race.’
In this Instagram Live interview Angelica Ross remind us all how powerful we are and share how, with her Buddhist practice, she’s been able to not only accomplish her dreams but also be a source of inspiration, especially for trans and gender-nonconforming people. In her own words, she shares what having Buddhability means: “You understand how to be free in what seems to be the most limiting circumstances. And then, over time, you will be able to see the changes of how you are able to rise up out of those circumstances.” With Buddhability, we can be fearless.
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Daisaku Ikeda, one of my mentors and author of Discussions on Youth: For the Leaders of the Future and countless other books, inspires millions to deal with their pain and suffering head on and turn it into the catalyst that ultimately changes your life and the lives of everyone around you.