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Buddhadharma : Summer 2006
buddhadharma| 91 |summer 2006 buddhadharma| 91 |summer 2006 Buddhadharma The PracTiTioner's QuarTerly centers and programs a section highlighting upcoming programs being offered at various centers. For information about advertising your center’s upcoming programs and events in this section, please call us toll-free at 1-877-786-1950, ext 31. in a Christian World, is the keynote speaker. ■ The staff of the international office of the FounDation For the Preservation oF the Mahayana traDition (FPMT) posed for a picture on the stairwell in their new headquarters in Portland, Oregon. They moved from Taos, New Mexico, to Portland in January. The new location houses the inter- national office and also the Maitripa Institute, an FPMT center that offers educational pro- grams in Tibetan Buddhist philosophy, lan- guages, liberal arts, social services, and social sciences. ■ The 100th anniversary of the birth of ajahn BuDDhaDasa is being marked with a variety of events at Thai-influenced American sanghas, including Atam- mayatarama Buddhist Monastery near Seattle, Wat Buddha Dharma Meditation Center out- side Chicago, Liberation Park in Oak Park, Illinois, and the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, California. Buddhadasa Bhik- khu is considered one of the most influential teachers of Thai Theravada Buddhism of the last century. He founded Suan Mokkh Inter- national and was the author of Heartwood of the Bodhi Tree. A poem from Ajahn Buddha- dasa, who died in 1993, is included in the First Thoughts section, on page 17. ■ Friends of ➤continued from page 89 ➤ continued page 92 zen PACIFIC institute zen for real life. email@example.com 707. 538. 9340 ( 7am-7pm) INFO: Creating a culture for enlightenment through meditation, inquiry, koan study and the arts. Bring Me the Rhinoceros and Other Zen Koans to Bring You Joy and The Light Inside the Dark John Tarrant Roshi PZi Director and author of June 16—23: Summer Retreat Oct 14—21: Autumn Retreat 2006 LONG RETREATS: www. pacificzen. org For more scheduled events: weekly meditation gatherings based in sonoma county california voonyitheansuanmoKKhabalarama