Karma Lekshe Tsomo: Conversations on Buddha-Nature 03-27-2021

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Venerable Karma Lekshe Tsomo
Buddha Nature and Social Justice
March 27, 2021 · 6:30 pm Pacific Standard Time
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Buddha Nature and Social Justice
March 27, 2021 · 6:30 pm Pacific Standard Time
Lopen Dr. Karma Phuntsho discussed themes of social justice and buddha-nature with the venerable Buddhist nun, activist, professor, writer, and teacher, Dr. Karma Lekshe Tsomo. Venerable Tsomo is an inspiration to all Buddhists interested in living a socially conscious life and is known around the world for her warmth, knowledge, and clear approach to teaching and speaking about life, Buddhism, and social activism. She co-founded Sakyadhita International Association of Buddhist Women, which hosts the Sakyadhita Conference, the largest and most important meeting of Buddhist women in the world. Along with teaching for twenty years at the University of San Diego, she also created the Jamyang Foundation to support the education of women in the Himalayas.

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Conversations on Buddha-Nature

A Tsadra Foundation Event
Regular live interviews with Buddhist practitioners, scholars, and thinkers.

This is a space for stimulating and inspiring conversations on Buddha-Nature and related subjects. As a part of the Buddha-Nature Project of the Tsadra Foundation, Karma Phuntsho will host conversations with a Buddhist leader, influencer or expert each month on the theories and practices of Buddha-Nature, which will be live on Facebook. As an exercise of mindful listening, right speech, and wholesome exploration of meaning and nature of life and existence, these conversations aim to enhance the understanding and awareness of Buddha-Nature and promote the ethos of innate goodness and positive perception.

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