So a Rabbi, a Buddhist, an Inter-Spirtual teacher, a Hindu, a Christian + an Imam sit down at at table…
Yes, it sounds like a setup to a humorless joke but it was a joy to participate in this interfaith conversation where we planted seeds for building bridges and fostering compassionate understanding among people of various philosophies and faiths.
Livestream for MSU Alumni LENS panel discussion: Navigating Faith-based Differences
Or click to view here: http://livestream.com/msualumni/FAITH
“aum + amen”
Buddhist-me can see the dharma in all things and appreciates skillful and compassion-centered wisdom from all faiths and philosophies. So when I spotted this sign on the way to Holt Farmers Market yesterday, I knew it was a message worthy to be spread!
Although I couldn’t find an affirming statement of inclusion on the church’s website, Q-Cross at MSU has created a list of affirming churches in East Lansing.
…for magic + mindfulness + movement + meditation
AND, most especially, to honor mercury retrograde‘s final day of madness!
this has become a beloved + enduring mantra for me on any occasion
but especially when life feels off-kilter…