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October 19, Saturday meeting of The Salt Lake City Theosophical Study Center

     Buddhism is many things. It is an ancient enshrined tree on the flat Ganges plains east of Benares.  In South-east Asia, it is steep-roofed temples, rich in gold and red, that house conventionalized images of the same Buddha. In the snowy Himalayas, Buddhism is a prayer wheel. In Japan, it is an old Zen monk making tea or contemplating the rocks in his monastery garden.   What is it that ties this tradition together. ?      Please join us as we discuss 'The  Buddha's  Life  and  Message.'

                                              

             

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  • Dave W.

    I enjoyed this today... Also, feel lucky to have some first hand knowledge conveyed by some in the group who have direct experience with Buddhism.

    October 19, 2013

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