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"No Matter How Far Along You Go, You Can Always Turn Around"

Postby solomon » Thu Jan 09, 2014 4:25 am

New to Dharma Wheel, not new to Buddhism, but, always new to Buddhism.


I practice, study, practice some more, Zen Buddhism. It is a gift to be able to actively participate with the Dharma on both a pragmatic personal level of practice and a studious level at college. I am a college student at Marlboro College in Marlboro VT. It's tiny, google it. Great community, great learning. I am looking forward to being here, engaging, forgetting about it for a while, engaging again. It is so important to be stimulated with teachings on different levels, and I think Dharma Wheel will afford an opportunity for one aspect of practice.
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Re: "No Matter How Far Along You Go, You Can Always Turn Aro

Postby David N. Snyder » Thu Jan 09, 2014 4:43 am

Welcome to Dharma Wheel!

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Re: "No Matter How Far Along You Go, You Can Always Turn Aro

Postby the seafarer » Thu Jan 09, 2014 8:30 am

Hi solomon, nice to meet you and welcome :smile:
ཁོང་ཁྲོ་སློང་མཁན་མེད་ན། བཟོད་པ་སུ་ལ་སྒོམ།

When there is no one to provoke anger, how shall we practice patience?
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Re: "No Matter How Far Along You Go, You Can Always Turn Aro

Postby Punya » Fri Jan 10, 2014 8:20 pm

Hello and welcome. :hi:
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For information about the impact on the Buddhist
communities and Buddhist organisations in Nepal you can donate to:

NEPAL EARTHQUAKE 2015: BUDDHIST COMMUNITIES
https://www.facebook.com/nepalearthquak ... nel&__nodl
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Re: "No Matter How Far Along You Go, You Can Always Turn Aro

Postby Jikan » Fri Jan 17, 2014 3:01 pm

Hi Solomon, Welcome to DharmaWheel!
Great River Tendai Sangha: a Tendai Buddhist community in Alexandria, Virginia, USA (near Washington, DC):

http://dctendai.blogspot.com

www.facebook.com/dctendai
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