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Ken McLeod (born 1948) is a Buddhist teacher and writer living in Los Angeles, California, USA.
- When people thank and tell you how much you've helped them, what they say has nothing to do with you. This is just their way of expressing joy in their own experience. Remember this, too, when people complain or criticize.
- McLeod, Ken (2007-09-30). Wash Your Own Dishes. Musings (blog). Retrieved on 2007-12-28.
- To see what you've done, look at what you are. To see what you'll be, look at your actions.
- McLeod, Ken (2011-04-25). Karma Doesn't Explain Anything. Unfettered Mind. Retrieved on 2011-04-25.
- Appeals to justice or fairness are almost always stories that hide or protect unacknowledged hurts or pains.
- McLeod, Ken (2009-06-29). Fairness and Justice. Musings (blog). Retrieved on 2011-05-13.
- The importance of conventional life is greatly exaggerated and a good death can do wonders.
- An Arrow to the Heart, pg. 140