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This ning group offers ways to become involved in supporting the Buddhist Peace Fellowship and its goals. It's a place to be active and engaged through conversations, sharing of resources and information, chat, projects, ideas, and actions. It's open to members of regular BPF chapters, BPF members who do not participate in a regular chapter, and engaged Buddhists who are not BPF members.

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What do you think of the OccupyWallStreet Protests? 2 Replies

Started by Lisa Howell. Last reply by Eric Stietzel Nov 6, 2011.

Join our Facebook page 3 Replies

Started by BPF Membership. Last reply by BPF Membership Aug 2, 2011.

BPF in Pittsburgh?

Started by Catherine Gammon Jul 12, 2011.

Blog Posts

By Love Alone: A Day of Meditation on the 10th Anniversary of the World Trade Center Attacks

Join BPF's New York Chapter & others to commemorate the 9/11 tragedy with a free public meditation event.
Full announcement:…

Posted by BPF Membership on August 22, 2011 at 4:02pm

Ashin Issariya "We need unity"

September 27 will be the third anniversary of the brutal crackdown on the peaceful Saffron Revolution in Burma in 2007. Since then many monks have been arrested, forcibly disrobed, and put into jail and forced labor camps. Others have been forced into hiding. Some have fled to Thailand, while others are still hiding inside the country. I recently spoke with Ashin Issariya, one of the leaders of the Saffron Revolution, about the current situation of the Burmese… Continue

Posted by alexandra on August 24, 2010 at 12:41am

Friendship, Music and Appreciating the Moment

Yesterday was an amazing time. As a professional musician I am blessed to get paid to play music and bring the listener to a different world....and get paid for it. My friends and I got together and I set up my PA and equipment. This was not a paid show. It was a time to let loose and enjoy the present moment. I had a dear friend drive… Continue

Posted by Bhodi Anjo Daishin on July 28, 2010 at 1:41am

The Gaza Flotilla

Does anyone besides me see a bit of hypocracy in the Gaza Flotilla tradgedy?

Keeping the concept of ahimsa frimly in mind, the proper response of ship #6 would have been to respond non-violently as they had agreed beforehand. Once the activists responded to the commando raid the violence escalated resulting in the death of 9 people and the wounding of dozens more.

If there ever were an example to test our commitment to non-violence, this would seem to be the…


Posted by joey king on June 2, 2010 at 7:55am — 4 Comments



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There are two types of forums in this network.  General forums and Group forums.  The general forum is open to all members to comment on and can have any topic related to BPF work or social… Continue

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