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Topic - Lisa Napoli
Lisa Napoli hails from Brooklyn, N.Y., but has lived off and on in Los Angeles for quite some time. It was there when, at the age of 43, she had a midlife crisis.
She added, "I think it was the place and I found the messaging inherent in Buddhism meaningful to me. I think the messages of all religions are the same, but it's the trappings that are different."
Bhutan, Ms. Napoli said, "couldn't have been further from any reality than I have ever been in. Being a media person, and from Brooklyn, I had been conditioned not to talk about organized religion -- it was uncool. I was not a religious person in any way, shape or form. When I set foot in this parallel universe of Bhutan, it just came alive for me in a way I had never experienced before."