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I feel most of us, I certainly do, have a deep respect and am inspired by the commitment and efforts of the Sangha. Particularly in the West were the commitment, integrity and effort seems less of a rite of passage or only chance of education, socialisation or some institutional organisation.
However most of us here are lay Buddhists and we have considerable advantages. In some ways our committed practice is more easily distracted but even so is it advantageous to think of distinctions based on life style?