Help ADRENALINE

My dear and good friend Vincent Salice is at the beginning of his “making movies” career. As we all know, we all need a little help when we aim for something new and we just started. This help can make a lot of difference. Lately he worked on his new ambitious short film for six months, and now he just launched a crowd-funding campaign to get the necessary resources to finish the movie. Let´s show him our support, we can easily start by liking and sharing his campaign here:

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/adrenaline/x/8472309

Distracted by the never-ending activities of this life

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«Because we may think, “I’m not going to die for some time, I’m not going to die for some time,”

While you’re distracted by the never-ending activities of this life,

Suddenly the fearful Lord of Death arrives,

Announcing, “Now it’s time to die.”

— This is going to happen to you!

Though you make arrangements, saying “tomorrow” and “tomorrow,”

Just then, suddenly, you have to go.

— This is going to happen to you!

And without choice, leaving behind in disarray

Your left-off work, left food and drink, you have to depart.

— This is going to happen to you!»

Dharma teachings in Bucharest. Event!

If you are in Bucharest (Romania), during 17. – 18. May I kindly invite you to the following event:

17. – 18. May

Bucharest, Romania
Saturday, 9:30 am
Sunday, 5:00 pm
Buddhist Philosophy and Western Science
Gelong Jampa Lungtog
Western science as well as Buddhist philosophy aim at gaining an ultimate understanding of reality. A comparison of precision, depth, and effect of the knowledge gained in the fields of matter, mind, time, space and energy will be attempted.
The Venerable Jampa Lungtog is one of the most senior Western Buddhist monks and holds a degree in computer engineering.

Short CV of the speaker:

1954 Helmut Gassner was born in Bregenz (Austria)
1972 he completed secondary school in Bregenz
1976 he graduated as an electrical engineer at the ETH Zürich (Switzerland)
1977 he began his studies of Tibetan language at the Buddhist monastery at the Lake Geneva with Gesche Rabten Rinpotsche
He worked as an interpreter for important Lamas, among them H.H. the Dalai Lama (1979-1995)
1981 opening of the “Letzehof” as a Buddhist monastery

… and he is continuing to study Buddhism and to work as an interpreter.

Seeds for Happiness

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