Buddhist Society for Compassionate Action

Buddhist Society for Compassionate Action

Postby Khalil Bodhi » Sun Mar 18, 2012 4:36 pm

Hi Everyone,

Don't normally post here but I have a question for any of you who might know. I've been looking into chaplaincy here in NYC and it appears that all of the groups that do so are Zen or Seon. Has any heard of Samu Sunim's Buddhist Society for Compassionate Action? I am interested in this group and am considering joining it in some capacity (either as a Dharma Guardian or priest) in order to pursue chaplaincy and spiritual counseling but would like to know more. Metta.
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Re: Buddhist Society for Compassionate Wisdom

Postby Will » Sun Mar 18, 2012 5:55 pm

Khalil Bodhi wrote:Hi Everyone,

Don't normally post here but I have a question for any of you who might know. I've been looking into chaplaincy here in NYC and it appears that all of the groups that do so are Zen or Seon. Has any heard of Samu Sunim's Buddhist Society for Compassionate Action? I am interested in this group and am considering joining it in some capacity (either as a Dharma Guardian or priest) in order to pursue chaplaincy and spiritual counseling but would like to know more. Metta.


Buddhist Society for Compassionate Wisdom is the name. Why not visit the place? You can get a better idea with personal contact.
Only consider helping others and forget yourself. Master Hsuan Hua
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Re: Buddhist Society for Compassionate Action

Postby fairyanna » Wed Dec 03, 2014 8:26 am

It is very inspiring to see such a serious level of practice, especially in places where the Dharma has previously been suppressed. May they flourish, and may others follow their excellent example.
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