- Richard -
Not much happening here, as far as I can tell. Not even a query about an
Regarding your earlier question, there are lots of things we can do.
They range from sitting with the issue to jumping on a plane and joining
the monks in Myanmar. I'm afraid I do not know the relative
effectiveness of the various options. Some others include joining the
Amnesty International action (letters and/or emails to the U.N.),
letters and/or emails to Senators and Congressmen, letters to the editor
of the local paper, participation in a local rally, joining Amnesty
International, joining the Buddhist Peace Fellowship, signing/supporting
the Buddhist Channel's "Petition Campaign for Buddhist Solidarity with
the Monks and Nuns of Burma" for a start. I'm sure there are lots more
Keene, NH, and Greenfield, MA
- Yes, zendo still works.
I have a friend in NZ who has been sending details of a march the
Buddhists are doing there in support of the monks:
WHERE: Starts at Aotea Square, Auckland City
WHEN: This Sunday, 30 September, at 5:00 pm (gather at Aotea Square), at about 5:30 we will walk silently down Queen Street to QE II SquareOf course, if you aren't in NZ this isn't going to do you any good, but perhaps you might like
To support all those risking their lives to stand up for democracy in Myanmar.
to organize a march in your own area.
In spite of what the US president said at the UN earlier this week about supporting
the monks, there is oil in Burma. I assume that the oppressive regime will be more
cooperative about oil sales than a democratic government might be.
LAOn 9/27/07, Richard Horvitz <rhorvitz@...> wrote:
does zendo still function?
- I read you good buddy!On 3/22/10, richard horvitz <richard.horvitz@...> wrote:
Greetings all. Just testing to see if this list still exists. I don't mean to disturb your zazen.
Lee Love in Minneapolis
"Ta tIr na n-óg ar chul an tI—tIr dlainn trina chéile"—that is, "The land of eternal youth is behind the house, a beautiful land fluent within itself." -- John O'Donohue