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Lama Gursam returns to Highland Park, NJ on January 16th

Lama Gursam is returning to Milarepa Meditation of Highland Park, New Jersey on
January 16th, 2013 from 7-9 PM in the Upper Room of The Reformed Church of Highland Park, on Second Avenue. He will be sharing about “Wisdom and Compassion in Everyday Life”.
Lama will be returning to India and Bodhgaya on January 19th. So come and enjoy sitting with Lama Gursam.
The suggested donation is $ 10, and will assist in Lama Gursam’s continued work.
No one will be turned away, due to lack of funds, but your assistance may be of great help in setting up, and cleaning up, before and after Lama’s teaching. Thanks for your assistance.

Please save the date, and come be with Lama Gursam.

John Wenz
johnrwenz49@gmail.com
Milarepa Meditation of Highland Park, New Jersey
The Bodhicitta Foundation

Hello World! The Bodhicitta Foundation Opens a New Blog!

Yogi Acarya Lama Gursam would like to help create a compassionate link between people he knows in the East, and those he knows in the west. Lama Gursam is a kind of modern wandering Tibetan yogin, who spends 6 months each year in the east: in India, Nepal, and Tibet, and 6 months in the west in The United States, Canada, and Mexico.
Lama sees people as he travels offering teachings in the west, and people, especially in the Tibetan refugee communities as he travels for Buddhist teachings, retreats and pilgrimages. Sometimes a small donation in western terms could greatly assist those struggling in the east to get a basic education, medical care, or to continue traditional Buddhist practices.
As a child of Tibetan refugees, who grew up in Bir a refugee village in Northern India, the quality of life issues of the Tibetan refugee community, and of the people of India, Nepal, and Tibet are very real. He has lived among them as a child, and half of each year even today.
This blog has been developed to assist Lama Gursam, as a Buddhist teacher, and as a man of great compassion. May it become a living link between east and west.