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Evening Online Dharma Talk

Want to listen and learn about the Dharma from your PC? Now you can!

Join us for a weekly online talk on Skype. Just message and add onebuddhism for more information.

During the talk, we will have short lectures, read inspirational stories, and answer questions about Buddhism and life in general. We have a wide array of topics like dealing with anger, discovering your true self, parables taught by the Buddha, and a whole lot more.

Hope to see you online soon... Oh and make sure to invite your friends from out of town to join too! Just tell them to meet you there every Friday at 10am & 5pm (Pacific Time).

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  • Bita Enayati A.

    I really enjoyed this meeting too. The main theme was around the words of the Buddha, thinking about life and thinking about death are like one thing. They are inseparable. We discussed how death is a taboo or rude topic to talk about. A participant expressed his fear of death when he was hit a truck and had his wrist and ankle pulverized. Not knowing what happens to us when we die, our present moment is also darkened by this dark future. It stands to reason that efforts to make the present bright without resolving this darkness of mind can only come to nothing. Most people think there is nothing that can be done about death so they just go on masking their anxiety about death. But Buddha reminds us to not forget about our mortality. Even in Latin, there is a phrase called Memento Mori, which means do not forget that you are mortal. Only then you can take the first step towards making your future brighter than all the stars in the sky. Your present mind naturally becomes bright.

    October 25, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Greetings...want to participate but have no Skype.

    1 · October 23, 2013

    • Bita Enayati A.

      Hi Christina. Happy to hear you have interest in this. You can also join from our temple in Gardena. I set up the skype so no worries!

      1 · October 23, 2013

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