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book study: “Tales of Freedom” by Vessantara

One chapter a week of "Tales of Freedom: Wisdom from the Buddhist Tradition" will be studied, as part of the Nagaloka Buddhist Center's regular Wednesday night gatherings (meditation session begins at ~7 pm and book discussion begins ~8 pm). There is no fee to attend, although donations are welcome.

New & used copies of the book are available at the Nagaloka bookstore (or search the web for any edition)

Note: the prior week (Wed., Sept. 5th), Nagaloka has a session on studying the Dharma (Buddha's teachings): Why do it? What makes our Wednesday night discussions different from "Book Club"? What is our aim as a Buddhist when we are learning, hearing, thinking about and reflecting on the Dharma?

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  • Dharmasuri W.

    Vessantara is a great story teller! I love this book

    September 13, 2012

  • Louise T.

    Excellent. Informative. People seemed to be very open and conversation and questions flowed quite naturally. People really listened to each other.

    September 12, 2012

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