Institute for World Religions
Translation and Interpretation:
Wrestling with meanings
Dr. Henry Rosemont, JR.
Dr. Henry Rosemont Jr. was George B. and Willma Reeves Distinguished Professor Emeritus of the Liberal Arts at St. Mary's College of Maryland and has been a visiting professor at Brown University and Trinity University. He is the author of A Chinese Mirror (1991) and Rationality and Religious Experience (2001) and translator of The Analects of Confucius: A Philosophical Translation
Date and Time: April 05, 2013, 7:30 p.m.
Location: Berkeley Buddhist Monastery
2304 McKinley Ave, Berkeley, CA 94703
Webcast: To be webcasted live on Dharma Realm Live YouTube channel
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Novice monks from CTTB visited Berkeley Buddhist Monastery
Learning how to speak dharma, attend the medication session, and join the Avatamsaka Sutra lecture dharma assembly in the evening.
After the lecture, they starts the two hour drive and head back to CTTB
At the end of the Avatamsaka Sutra lecture (at 1:33':37), Rev. Heng Sure worked with Old Monk the puppet to encourage novice monks:
Old Monk the puppet encourages novice monks saying:
"They should make great resolve and become Buddhas soon"
(Rev. Heng Sure asked the Old Monk,
"If asking you, why did you make great resolve to become a Buddha soon?")
"You are supposed to leave the triple realm
It's like a burning house
And if you can speak Dharma for your mother
She can leave the burning house with you."
"Looking for the Goodness in My Heart: How to Develop It."
We shared stories about goodness from mother, from saving chickens, from words inspiring friends to become vegetarian
Rev. Heng Sure to speak in LA at the Vegsource.com Healthy Lifestyle Expo
Visit Healthy Lifestyle Expo webpage for detail
Date: Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012
Time: 9:15 AM ~ 10:00 AM
Location: Woodland Hills, CA
Date: 10/13 ( San Francisco )
10/14 ( San Jose/Mountain View )
Time and Location: Please visit the event page for detail
Buddhist Global Relief has announced its 2012 “Walk to Feed the Hungry” fundraising events. BGR is an interdenominational organization comprising various Buddhist groups. With an overarching vision to alleviate and ultimately banish poverty, BGR is involved in projects that build capacity and provide food aid to countries like Vietnam, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Haiti, India, Kenya, Niger, and the United States.
Here are some notes and pictures from the event last year.
Three Baskets of the Dharma: The History and Development of the Chinese Buddhist Canon
Rev. Heng Sure gave a talk at the interfaith event Enlightenment & Ethical Conduct hosted by . Topic of the event is: How do we become enlightened and find our way in the realm of moral action?
Date: Saturday, Sep. 22 2012
Time: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m
Location: Dominican University of California, San Rafael
(Creekside Room, Caleruega Hall)
See event page for detail.