All things are without inherent existence and subject to change. They arise and pass away. So it is with records of the evolution of Buddhism in Canada. For the benefit of future historians, Sumeru is undertaking a project to digitize significant Canadian Buddhist ephemera from the period prior to the year 2000. We hope that... Read more »
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In 1972, Piyadassi Mahathera visited the Zen Meditation Centre of Montreal, to give a series of two afternoon lectures on a summer week-end. The centre was housed in a former estate home on Mountain Street above Pine Avenue. Public lectures were held in what had once been a dining room, with wood paneled walls, leaded... Read more »
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The first time I met Samu Sunim, he was living in a very sparsely furnished walk-up apartment on l’Avenue du Parc near the mountain in Montréal. It was 1969 and I was 18 years old. Eastern religion was sweeping the west. I had been writing articles in our high school newspaper about Krishna consciousness and... Read more »
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Here’s the new logo for The Sumeru Press Inc.
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Every time you search on the internet, you are creating an energy footprint in all the computers that were involved. Websites that use dark colours use less energy than those that use bright colours. That’s why we decided to use a dark colour scheme for Sumeru; saving energy makes sense from every perspective, including Dharma... Read more »
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