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“Neither fire nor wind, birth nor death can erase our good deeds.” ~Buddha I heard His Holiness the Dalai Lama speak once about compassion manifesting most clearly as an action. We can speak about compassion all we want, but until … Continue reading
Week 2: Monday, July 5th, 2010 BUM Beautiful Unfolding of Maitreya – – – – – Joining up with summer Dharma Bum Life Program sangha tonight. Beginning to think about the six paramitas (though not fully memorized yet) and what … Continue reading
Chatted with Dove last night. He shared about the film project he will be completing and screening in August or September of this year entitled, THE DESERT AWAKENING. Details forthcoming. Some of the key phrases and ideas I am recalling … Continue reading
…let the music take you let the music wake you! Listen to the Wake Up song here.
…it doesn’t make choices Makes me think about the how in the book, A YEAR TO LIVE, Stephen Levine writes about THE PAIN, not MY PAIN. It’s the sunshine…not my sunshine!
From the Center for Transformative Change guided by angel Kyodo williams – – – – – Seven powerful essays and articulations of transformative social change by leaders in this emerging field: “The ends of justice can never be served by … Continue reading
About Urban Refuge http://urbanrefuge.org/ This site was created as an offering to Communities of Color in Buddhism. The intention is to create a space where we can find new friends and allies, support one another in our practices, inform each … Continue reading