Re: [shinlist] Welcome Yui-do!
- Thank-you for the welcome and visiting my site.
I am not sure of the origin of the legend. It is from the book "The Teaching
of Buddha" by The Soceity for the Promotion of Buddhism. Which I received as
a gift three years ago. I visited Clifton Org's web site, which is
wonderful! The temple which I belong to has a link to and from this site. I
belong to the Calgary Buddhist Temple. I will be sure to tell them of this
>From: "Erick Neiss" <email@example.com>________________________________________________________________________
>Subject: [shinlist] Welcome Yui-do!
>Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2000 05:14:29 -0000
>I am new to this egroup I'm a Jodu Shinshu Buddhist, and would like
>to invite you to my website at:
>I'm an artist and a large part of my artwork is based on my Buddhist
>beliefs. Let me know what you think...
> Wonderful! This group was just started a few weeks
>ago, so if you have any Shinshu friends then please tell them about
>it! As you can see we only have about 12 members, but of course we
>must all start somewhere! i checked out your page and enjoyed it
>immensely. What is the origin of the Buddhist legend involving the
>elephant? Your artwork is very pretty. i hope the others in the group
>go and check it out. If you haven't done so already, everyone, the
>page is at:
> Just to reiterate. Also, you may want to check out Clifton Ong's
> ..Which is the official homepage of the Jodo Shinshu mission he has
>started in his native Singapore! Clifton has been practically the
>sole contibutor to this group so i would like to thank him very much,
>even though he is currently in Japan with a Shin youth group. i hope
>he is having the time of his life, as i am sure he is! :)
>Great to have you here, Yui-do!
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