Obon Fundraiser Silent Auction JAL Airline tickets to Japan - July 9 1pm to 4:30pm

Essays in Gratitude - Living Dharma Centre

 

Obon 2017 Sunday July 9th

Join Our Virtual Book Club!

The Living Dharma Centre Virtual Book Club

 

Thank you to those who have signed up to join us in the LDC’s Virtual Book Club.  This is a gateway to a Virtual Sangha that not only encompasses our country but has reached across the U.S., Hawaii, Europe and Central and South America! We are thrilled to embrace all in our efforts to spread the Dharma.

 

Dharma Teachers Everywhere! Free Public Lecture - Rev. Kojo Kakihara Friday July 7, 7-8:30pm

Come hear our guest speaker from Tacoma Buddhist Temple in Washington. Come as you are.

Donations are Welcome. 

2017 BCJSBTF Vancouver Island Obon Tour & Cumberland Memorial 50th Anniversary Aug 11-13, 2017

A Way of Living as a Nembutsu Follower

Buddhism began when Sakyamuni attained enlightenment and became Buddha about 2500 years ago. In Japan, Buddhism was originally referred to as the Buddha Dharma. The Dharma here referred to the true reality of how the world is and the nature of humanity itself. It is the universal truth that trans‐ cends both space and time. The one who awakens to this truth is called a Bud‐ dha, and the teaching of the Buddha is the wisdom that teaches us how we can live, while dealing with many anxieties and sufferings we may experience in life.

Come join the Temple Obon Odori - "the dance of Joy" July 09 2pm & 4pm + Practice

July 09, 2017 Obon Service 2pm and Dancing Sunday 4pm

Everyone is welcome to join the temple Obon Service where we celebrate the lives of loved ones who have passed before us. The temple will have a guest speaker Reverend Kojo Kakihara from Tacoma Buddhist Temple deliver the Dharma talk with the truth of life. The beautiful dancers will dance the traditional Odori dance and invite you to participate or just enjoy. 

GO-TAN-E

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Go-tan-e celebrates the birth of Shinran Shonin (1173-1262), the founder of Shin Buddhism. The life and teachings of Shinran-shonin constitute one of the most significant developments in the history of Buddhism. It was he who discovered a path which ensured that the treasures of the Dharma would be accessible to all people without discrimination.

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