Moon-on-the-Lake Zendo

Moon on the Lake Sangha invites you to join us on Oct. 4th from 9:00-12pm for a Half Day of Zen entitled Compassion in Action. AT THIS PIVOTAL TIME IN THE HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION YOU MIGHT BE ASKING YOURSELF, How Do We Shape A Future That Is Just, Sane, Sustainable, And Compassionate??? From where do we Start?? How do we engage?? From what place inside ourselves does compassionate action arise?  In the words of Thich Nath Hanh , “My actions are my only true belongings”.  Through readings, discussions and mini Dharma Talks we will look at how we link our zazen practice with compassionate actions, both micro and macro for the benefit of All Beings.

For more information, or to register, contact Marcy Daijun Brenner mb.breathe@gmail.com

Open Land Sangha

Zazen, Tea & Conversation

Presented by Open Land Sangha co-founders Nancy Nanshin White and Tom Tomei Knapp, these three virtual Zoom events will explore current economic policies particularly as an expression of the presenters’ own practice.   All events will be held from 2:30-5:30pm, eastern time.

Sept 5, 2020: What’s a Bodhisattva to do? An introduction to US economic policies and institutions.

Sept 26, 2020:  What COVID-19 has revealed Examining US labor markets, medical insurance and educational inequality.

Oct 17, 2020: Race and Public Policy A post-WWII history of the relationship between race and governmental policies.

For more information, please contact Nancy Nanshin White  nwhite@bucknell.edu