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The annual Ottawa Friends of Tibet dinner is coming up soon on Friday, November 10 at the Ottawa Hellenic Centre at 6 p.m. The cost is $75 for advance orders (see attached flyer). Here’s a link to info: http://www.oft.ca/EN/Events.html If you are interested, please reserve your ticket directly from OFT by phone (613-816-9552) or email (OFT.email@example.com)
Tulku Dawa will teach us on the following (based on your requests): Oct 18th, 19th (Wednesday & Thursday) & Oct 21st (Saturday) – continue the teachings on Bodhicaryavatara “The Way of the Bodhisattva” by Shantideva Oct 20th (Friday) – Public Talk – Meditation and It’s Benefits Oct 2017-Tulku Dawa Public Talk PDF Poster, or click on... Read more »
Welcome to the Inaugural Buddhist Literary Festival As part of Toronto’s 28th Word on the Street Festival thewordonthestreet.ca Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017 (11 am – 6 pm) Harbourfront Centre, Toronto Booth 338 (Zone 3) Buddhism is a Religion, Philosophy, Psychology and Science. But, outside of the Academy, few are aware that it also has a... Read more »
I had the opportunity this week to take a walk in Gatineau National Park with Innen Ray Parchelo, the Tendai priest who runs the Padakun contemplative walking society (http://www.padakun.com/), along with a couple of other hardy sojourners. Ray is the author of Walk Like a Mountain: The Handbook of Buddhist Walking Practices (Sumeru 2012), and he will be... Read more »