jueves, 27 de febrero de 2014


Discussion on Anti-Muslim Violence

Burma Crisis Roundtable: A Discussion on Anti-Muslim Violence

DeaTso pema Ling
Join us on Thursday, February 27 for an urgent discussion on anti-Muslim violence in Burma. This is an opportunity to hear from panelists from US Campaign for Burma, Burma Task Force USA, Physicians for Human Rights, and faith-based organizations.
Event Details
When: Thursday, February 27 at 7-9 PM
Where: All Souls Church, 1157 Lexington Avenue (near 80th St), New York, New York, 10075
Event Panelists
Holly Atkinson, Former President of Physicians for Human Rights
Rachel Wagley, Policy Director of US Campaign for Burma
Bruce Knotts, Director of Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office
Nay San Oo, Free Rohingya Campaign
Shaik Ubaid, Muslim Peace Coalition, Co-founder of Burma Task Force
Alex Caring-Lobel, Trycicle Foundation
This event is sponsored by Burma Task Force USA and the Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office, and hosted by the Social Justice Committee of All Souls Church.

The Three Practices of Morality, Meditation and Wisdom

Tergar Learning Community

 The Three Practices of Morality, Meditation and Wisdom 
Mingyur Rinpoche's Monthly Teaching on Tergar Learning

In this short teaching Mingyur Rinpoche talks about the three practices: morality, meditation and wisdom. Rinpoche explains that the first practice, morality, means we should behave ethically. Through meditation, the second practice, we can achieve enlightenment. And we can see the real nature of reality through the third practice, wisdom.

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