Reasonably Catholic: Keeping the Faith

Practicing compassion: the Buddhist path to peace

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IMG_8001IMG_8002Writer, musician and life coach Janet Ettele is the author of a series of books on Buddhism — How Generosity Works; How Patience Works, and How the Root of Kindness Works (Karuna Publications) — based on the teachings of the 8th century monk Shantideva.

Sharing the episode is her teacher Geshe Lobsang Dhargey at the Do Ngak Kunphen Ling – DNKL for short — Tibetan Buddhist temple in Redding, CT. The music punctuating the episode is by Janet, from her CD Piano Mandalas.

Here is a list of upcoming events at the temple and surrounding area:

May 12th 11AM-12:30PM – Janet on “Inner Peace as a Way of Life” DNKL, 30 Putnam Park Road, Redding, CT

May 18th: 1-1:30PM Wilton Rotary Club at Marley’s –  “Inner Peace as a Way of Life,” 101 Old Ridgefield Rd, Wilton, CT 06897

May 19th: the annual Animal Blessing 1-3:00PM at DNKL

May 20th – 9AM-4PM Prayer Flag Ceremony at DNKL

Here’s a link to DNKL’s calendar:  https://www.dnkldharma.org/classes-events/complete-calendar.html

as well as a link to an article about Janet and the temple in the local paper:

https://arts.hersamacorn.com/2018/02/15/bethel-author-shares-buddhist-teachings/

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