The end of drinking is the beginning of sobriety. The last thing you may have left as a suffering alcoholic (suffering and, alcoholic), is your best friend, The Bottle. It is possible, nay probable, that your job, home, car, spouse, family, kids, and friends are gone. Long ago you have probably said ‘ta-ta’ to your dignity. […]
Kelsie is a Syilx woman from the Okanagan Territory in BC, where she was raised. She and her husband, Mario, share 5 children together and are raising their family on the on the Unceded territory of the Kwantlen people.
Step one for alcoholics is vital but also for Buddhists.
Is it possible that in the 21st century, Buddhist dharma and practice is becoming a Commons? For the first 100 years of Buddhism’s introduction to the West, up until the 70s, it was a pure gift of students and teachers who went to or came from Asia, some would say it was cultural robbery by […] […]
Thank you Luna Kadampa and thank you Gen-la Khyenrab.