- Judy Butler
Through examining the “Ten Worlds” — a classification of ten distinct states of life — we can get a clearer understanding of the dynamics of the Buddhist philosophy of the human condition and gain insight as to how to improve it . . . Rather than distinct realms, the Ten Worlds are conditions of life that everyone has the potential to experience at any time.
An Introduction to Buddhism, Second Edition, pp. 16 – 17
You are cordially invited to join us on Saturday, April 20, 2019, at 2:30 – 3:30, and learn more about the benefits of this Buddhist practice and life philosophy.
When: Saturday, April 20, 2:30 – 3:30 pm (new time).
Where: 7 Oak Leaf Place. Look for the SGI sign at entrance onto Oak Leaf Place.
Monthly SGI Nichiren Buddhist discussion meetings of chanting, study and dialogue (and snacks!) are open to all Oakmonters and are free of charge. Call Judy at 707-548-0225, Elaine at 707-539-3642, or Sabrina at 707-595-1832 for directions or more information. Please see www.sgi-usa.org for more information on Nichiren Buddhism.