Paul Keddy, author of Darwin Meets the Buddha: Reflections on Human Nature, Buddha Nature, Wild Nature was recently interviewed by Ted Meissner at the Secular Buddhist podcast. Here's a link to the audio: https://secularbuddhism.org/episode-336-paul-keddy-darwin-meets-the-buddha/
Justin Whittaker, over at the always-relevant American Buddhist Perspective recently posted a review of a talk he heard by University of Toronto graduate student Sean M. Smith, entitled: Vegetarianism & Animals in Early Indian Buddhism. You can read his review at the link above. Here too is a video of Sean’s talk (1 hr, 12 min)…
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An amazing non-profit overnight camp program for veg-friendly, eco-conscious, mindful youth! For ages 9 to 13 years old. Runs from July 20-25 (6 days/5 nights) at the Youth Leadership Camps Canada near Peterborough, Ontario. The Vegetarian Ahimsa Camp is an overnight camp for youth aged 9 to 13, running from July 20 to 25, 2014 at... Read more »
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Annual Tibetan Cultural Fair Saturday, November 30th – 10 am to 6 pm Sunday, December 1st – 10 am to 5 pm Santa Cruz Church Hall 60 Rachel West (corner St. Urbain), Montreal The 25th annual Tibetan Cultural Fair features a handicrafts bazaar, live music and dance performances, as well as traditional cuisine. The handicrafts... Read more »
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A Buddhist cookbook via Lions Gate Buddhist Priory… Dear Friends, We are very pleased to announce the publication of our new Cook Book: Kwan Yin Loves Pie Good vegetarian food to delight the heart and stomach Kwan Yin is the Buddha-Mother of Great Compassion. A statue of her stood in the Chinese Joss house in... Read more »
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