Killing Buddha is a collection of conversations on life. Remember that time where you and your friends were the only ones left after a party and you stayed up with the sunrise? Or that conversation you had with a good friend who you haven't seen in years over wine and dinner? Or that conversation you had with your cousins after the funeral of a loved one? It's a collection of different answers to some of life's biggest questions. How do we make the best of our lives given the short period of time that we have here? There are many beautiful people in this world to learn from. Let's listen. 

It is founded on a few basic principles. This life and Universe that we are born into is a very strange and mysterious one. The only thing that you have is your experience. And no one can tell what that is. It's up to you to find your path. 

The ninth-century Buddhist monk Lin-Chi said, "If you see the Buddha on the road, kill him." Your experience is your guide. 

My name is Justin Khan, and I run Killing Buddha. I wish I had an interesting enough life to write a short blurb about myself, but I don't, and I'd rather not. I'm just on a journey to answer a few big questions.

It is a journey of finding the life I want to live. And I hope you can use it to find yours.

If you see the Buddha on the road...