Tibetan Buddhist Learning Center, Washington, NJ

Peace On Montana Mountain

A long gravel path leads the way to the Tibetan Buddhist learning center on Montana Mountain in rural Washington Township in Warren County. One of the Skylands' most sublime settings, Labsum Shedrub Ling, as it's known in Tibetan language, is "a little special place that's open to the public", according to Diana Cutler, who, along with her husband Joshua, run the center. Buddhist contemplatives, the Cutlers open the center's doors the second and fourth Sundays of each month for a public prayer and meditation session in the temple followed by classes in Buddhist teachings.

The Tibetan Buddhist Learning Center (TBLC), Labsum Shedrub Ling, was founded through the great efforts of Geshe Wangyal, a Kalmyk-Mongolian lama who received his Buddhist training in Kalmykia and in Tibet. The center was founded in 1958. Over the years, Geshe-la took on Western students who had developed an interest in learning about Tibetan Buddhism. Before Geshe-la passed away on January 30, 1983, he appointed Joshua W. C. Cutler as director of the activities of the center. In the following year, His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama of Tibet, always revered by Geshe-la as the spiritual head of the center, advised that the English name be changed to the Tibetan Buddhist Learning Center to clearly reflect that its main activity is teaching Tibetan Buddhism.

In summer, winter, and spring, TBLC gives weekend seminars intended as intensive instructions on specific topics for beginners and advanced students alike. The primary aim: to develop a Buddhism that is culturally American and, at its heart, not different from the Buddhism that traveled from India through Tibet to TBLC's Tibetan monk-scholars and students in the United States. TBLC also has a limited number of resident students who study Tibetan language and Buddhist philosophy for extended periods of time. Living in this Buddhist contemplative community gives them a unique opportunity to apply the Buddhist teachings in a practical way. The Tibetan Buddhist Learning Center holds a weekly prayer and meditation session every Sunday beginning at 11 AM in the main temple followed by a class in the School House beginning at 1:30 pm-3 PM on Buddhist philosophy and meditation.

Understanding little about Buddhist philosophy, you don't know what to expect for a weekend seminar as you pass through the entranceway, an Asian arch hidden deep in the forest. Your anticipation heightens when you meet the staff here, especially the cheerful monks. Clothed in simple violet-saffron robes, you can't help notice their ways and mannerisms--bowing, hands held together as if praying, to you and the other students; helping to prepare (and clean up after) meals; smiling, sharing, speaking to anyone interested in listening at any time. Subtle leaders, they steer you toward "the true path", the final goal...enlightenment.

Enlightenment. Nirvana. Liberation from cyclic existence. Altruism. Noble truths. You hear these words throughout the seminar and you realize they're not just a new vocabulary for interested beginning Buddhists. "You could be the world's greatest scholar of Buddhism," one of the monks says, "but if you don't put these teachings into practice, they do no good."

Apparently, more and more of us want to do good. "More and more people are more aware of Buddhism nowadays," says Joshua Cutler, a soft-spoken man who also translates, with his wife, Buddhist texts from the Tibetan. "Back in the earlier years there weren't as many centers, books, teachers. Now there is much more information and they even have Buddhism on the internet and on computers."

The trees, the birds, the lotus plants in the spring and summer, the beautiful carp swimming in the nearby ponds, the meticulous gardens kept by the monks, the simple foods and the extraordinary comraderie. As Diana and Joshua like to say, "people who come here park the world at the door." "They come for the interaction with the monks. It's a little taste of Tibet," Diana concludes.

She's right. Most of all, you'll remember the monks. Quiet, reserved, simple beings the monks are happy people who care about others. "To truly serve others, we must first change ourselves," Geshe Tsetan instructs. "We must first realize we have problems and afflictions and then we must resolve to change them. Now that we've planted a seed in you, nurture it."

Contact: Joshua W.C. Cutler, Executive Director
Tibetan Buddhist Learning Center
93 Angen Rd Washington, New Jersey 07882-4318
Phone: 908-689-6080
Former/Other Names: Lamaist Buddhist Monastery of America, Labsum Shedrub Ling
Visitors Welcome on Sundays during public programs
(TBLC is run only on donations, students are asked to pay a fee for room and board and make a donation for classes. All work at the Center is done on a voluntary basis.)

Nearby accommodations and attractions

  • Delaware River Railroad Excursions
  • An adventure every season on scenic steam train excursions along the Delaware River staffed by enthusiastic volunteers! Catch the Warren County Winery Train, River and Steam Train Ride, Mine Train, Day Out With Thomas and many more!

    100 Elizabeth St., Phillipsburg, 1-877/872-4674

  • Brook Hollow Winery
  • Hand-crafted wines fermented, aged, and bottled at our family farm in the heart of the scenic Delaware Water Gap. In addition to wine tasting and sales, we offer indoor and outdoor rentals as well a full catering services for up to 250 guests.

    594 State Highway 94, Columbia 07832, 908/496-8200

  • Rutherfurd Hall
  • Consider Rutherfurd Hall as refuge and sanctuary in similar ways now, as it served a distinguished family a hundred years ago.

    1686 Route 517, Allamuchy 07820, 908/852-1894

  • Big Skylands Country
  • Warren County's Montana Mountain, Merrill Creek Reservoir, and the Pohatcong Valley is equally rewarding for students of history and devotees of the outdoors.

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  • Lakota Wolf Preserve
  • Come for the photo opportunities of a lifetime and the chance to watch and listen to packs of Tundra, Timber, and Arctic wolves near the Delaware Water Gap. Bobcats and foxes also reside at the preserve. Wolfwatches and guided photography or video sessions around each individual wolf compound.

    89 Mt Pleasant Rd, Columbia 07832, 1-877-SEEWOLF


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Anjali Sharma
05 Sep 2017, 04:41
Hi I am interested to learn more about Buddhism Please add me in mailing list for further events and updates. Thanks.
diane levi
29 Dec 2015, 19:07
I am very interested in taking an intensive buddhist course. please contact me. I would love some guidance.

Thank you,
Diane Levi
19 Dec 2015, 12:17
hi ,
when i was about 14 years old i heard about Buda .i read some of his words and i really liked it .
i believe in morality and calmness and peace and wisdom .I have lost my belief on faith that i was born with but i always have tried to be kind ,calm,nice ,live moral and be wise .
Now i am at my middle ages but i think i need to learn more about Budesim because i believe this religion is more compatible with my heart than any other religion.what can i do ?thanks
jane smakowitz
24 Jan 2015, 05:18
please add me to your mailing list. I'm very interested in learning more. Thanks.
Frank Nafey
21 Oct 2014, 06:37
Please add me to your mailing list.
Teresa Barrett
19 Sep 2014, 13:23
I am interested in Buddhism. My cousin is Buddhist. Pls help me. Thank you. Teresa
Barbara Harwick
20 Jun 2014, 20:06
My son and daughter-in-law live directly across from you on Angen Rd. Lee and Tiffany Harwick.
I remember Tiffany telling me of the Dalai Llama's visit and he came across to see their horses. They put a sign up so people could park there free as so many came and parking was sparse. They really are not knowledgeable about your center, but I would love to spend a few days with you. Is it possible for you to email me any information and if it is at all possible for me to be there?
Thank you very much for your kind reply
sandi taraschi
01 Jan 2014, 10:50
Please add me to your mailing list \r\n\r\nThank you
gabrielle Yablonsky
20 Nov 2012, 11:23
I have done many years of art history/archeological reseach in Bhutan, Tibet, Sikkim, Nepal, India and China, and would be happy to give lectures with slides on my research (I have over 100,000 slides.) My PhD research concerned Bhutan, where I did fieldwork for nearly 3 years; and I also spent nearly a year in Central and far Western Tibet (Guge). If this is of interest to your center or to anyone else kindly let me know.\r\nGabrielle Yablonsky
helen ortega
08 Nov 2012, 05:42
i cannot read this page at all. there is a double print on it. is there another site i can look at? after much search withing myself regarding different religions, i find this is the only one that i can find peace. i would be very interested in finding a teacher close to home. thanks helen
claire thomas`
01 Sep 2012, 12:22
I would love to come - directions please from the asbury park area - this week is busy and would like to come after the 12th.
Marie A Fein
05 Jun 2012, 01:23
I am intrested in learning more about Buddism. I attended on service and I do want to attend a Chod\r\nThank you
yoel reuben
06 May 2012, 09:14
I would like to learn more about Buddhist prayers and practices- distance learning- keep me informed about your updates - Thank you\r\n\r\nYoel Reuben
15 Apr 2012, 20:51
Hi everyone. I would suggest people directly contact the center (http://www.labsum.org/contact.html), since this is just an article about the center and thus is unlikely to be seen by any staff there. I'm not affiliated with them but i know their staff to be very good people. \r\n-----Many of your comments are great and worthy of response, so I hope you'll contact the center -or some of the many other Buddhist centers in the area. They can easily be found by googling for buddhist centers. Shambhala Sun magazine should have info and maybe an actual directory of centers. And most any will be happy to receive visitors (and re donations/pay: that is very rarely a concern; there are usually free or by-donation events, which don't turn folks away). \r\n\r\nBest of luck with it...
05 Mar 2012, 01:59
EMKaHr Well, actually, a lot of what you write is not quite true !... well, okay, it does not matter:D
04 Jan 2012, 10:27
Am new to Buddhism and want to find out more information but having trouble finding anything in my area of Sussex County, Delaware. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
Lisa Caramandi
30 Aug 2011, 10:45
I am curious about the Buddhist philosophy. I know I am searching to fill a huge emptiness in my life and as of yet, have not found it. I am a Catholic and found solace in going back to church after many, many years away from it but that loneliness has returned.
rachel innarlla
11 Aug 2011, 16:32
hi i am a christion and my cousin has showed an interest in the buddhist religion i beleve in jesus and his resurection and want to know why she changed her faith would like info on this religion
khenpo karma tshering
18 May 2011, 20:08
Hello every one, i am a Buddhist teacher from Bhutan, now in Taiwan for teaching Buddhism, i am not so good in english but i can comunicate and very intrested in learn english, So i would like to give short simple Dharma talks and learn english here. Therefore anyone interested in me may kindly mail me. thank you. My e-mail: kar939tshering@yahoo.com\r\n\r\nKarma
al s
06 Mar 2011, 09:46
Hi Folks, \r\nI think this is NOT the website of the Buddhist center, and is NOT monitored by it's caretakers. You'll need to go to the Tibetan Buddhist learning Center site, or call them directly at the contact info at the end of the article if you want to reach them;\r\nContact: Joshua W.C. Cutler, Executive Director\r\nTibetan Buddhist Learning Center\r\n93 Angen Rd Washington, New Jersey 07882-4318\r\nPhone: 908-689-6080\r\nWebsite
08 Feb 2011, 15:52
Please add me to your mailing list and updates. Just this past weekend I read some lititurte on Buddism and became instantly touched and interested in learning more. I was also curious about the donation part of visiting the learning center. Is there an expected minimum and is it and is it anonymous. I was wondering because I'm on a tight budget but I dont want that to hold me back from learning I am willing to give though. Thank you.
21 Jan 2011, 13:23
I am very interested in becoming a buddhist and learning about it. Please let me know how to go about this.
01 Jan 2011, 17:17
Hello All..\r\n\r\nMy Daughter and I are very interested in Visiting, learning more about Buddhism. I have started to the read.."The Art Of Happiness" I feel this\r\nBook, and really want to be around people that know more, and willing to help me learn more. I feel Kindness is my religion, live your life in the moment. My Daughter took a Religion course in college. She was very curious about all Religions, and just from little bit she has learned( which was about 10 years ago) Buddhism is the one that she thought was so Beautiful. She is My daughter , (might be a little bias) but she has always been the most wonderful kind hearted person I know.\r\nWe would like to come there. \r\nTalk with you soon. Denise
19 Dec 2010, 09:33
I am interested to know when your meditation or services are. If there is a link that is specific to your events, I would like to access that. In Kindness, Vicki
09 Dec 2010, 16:49
meditation healer teacher yes your place so beautiful to see your stupa all so beautiful
21 Nov 2010, 14:33
I stop by the temple today,no one there.\r\nDo i just arrive 11am on Sunday and join the meditation?
M. Yang
11 Oct 2010, 18:51
Kindly let me know the major highway to route 57 and 31 leading to the center and, the best way from Princeton. Thanks
01 Oct 2010, 22:28
would love to get information about events and hope to make a trip out to visit!
04 Sep 2010, 06:46
At this point in my life ,I've picked Buddhism. More likely,Buddhism picked me.It's the only practice that rings true.Please include me in your mailing list.\r\n\r\nNabil
07 Jun 2010, 10:08
Hey. New here and figured I should post and say hello.
Portia Allen
04 Apr 2010, 16:17
What a beautiful chance encounter on Montana Mountain. Please add me to your mailing list. I'm interested in Buddhism, and would like to learn more about it.
22 Feb 2010, 08:00
Good Morning,\r\n\r\nI am a Kindergarten teacher at the Hovnanian School in New Milford, NJ. Every year we have what is called International Month where each classroom represents a country. This year we are doign "countries with no borders" and the Kindergarten has been assigned Tibet. I am having difficulty finding things that we can teach them that they can relate to and understand. If you could please enlighten me a little further about the tibetan culture I would truly appreciate it.\r\n\r\nThanks,\r\nTania Bakalian
Larry Grubbs
21 Feb 2010, 15:41
I would like to proceed further toward enlightenment. How can I find my Teacher? I believe I am ready.
maureen radvany
20 Feb 2010, 11:30
please can you tell me when I can come to a class \r\n\r\nMaureen Radvany
Ann Davis
18 Feb 2010, 12:16
Please add me to mailing list. I am very eager to learn more.\r\nThank you very much.\r\nAnn D.
Ian clement
17 Feb 2010, 14:51
I recently read the book Dharma Punx by Noah Levine; it got me extremely interested in Buddhism as well as meditation. I was very lost not knowing where i could continue learning then found your website. I would love to be added to your mailing list and hope to attend some of your seminars in the near future.
07 Feb 2010, 18:56
\r\nHello!\r\nAfter purchasing a pair of white Tibetan Mastiffs last year, I began to develop a sincere interest in Tibetan culture. I am thrilled that there is a Learning Center here in New Jersey that is open to the public! I would love it if you could include me on any mailing lists that you may have. I am interested in attending some lectures, classes or seminars. Thank you so very much and I look forward to hearing from you!\r\nMost sincerely,\r\nSuzanne\r\nwww.SnowLionTibetanMastiffs.com\r\n
07 Feb 2010, 18:56
\r\nHello!\r\nAfter purchasing a pair of white Tibetan Mastiffs last year, I began to develop a sincere interest in Tibetan culture. I am thrilled that there is a Learning Center here in New Jersey that is open to the public! I would love it if you could include me on any mailing lists that you may have. I am interested in attending some lectures, classes or seminars. Thank you so very much and I look forward to hearing from you!\r\nMost sincerely,\r\nSuzanne\r\nwww.SnowLionTibetanMastiffs.com\r\n
Vincent Daino
14 Dec 2009, 07:23
Please add me to your mailing list and keep me informed of events.\r\nThank you!\r\nVince\r\n\r\n
Laura Chup
11 Dec 2009, 02:03
Please send me all information on upcoming events and please add me to your mailing list...thank you
Nikolai Burlakoff
07 Nov 2009, 11:02
Please add me to your e-mail list.
William M.Glover
29 Oct 2009, 12:10
I interested in your upcoming events & updates. I trying to learn more about buddhism and possible join a sangha.
Wend Nodiff
22 Oct 2009, 09:15
Please add me to your mailing list as well. I would like to know about your upcoming events and am also interested in learning more about Tibetan Buddhiwm. Thank you. Wend
Cindy Adamson
10 Oct 2009, 14:10
I would like to visit your center. Please add me to your mailing list for upcomming events.
Suzanne Merrill
07 Sep 2009, 12:42
Hello!\r\n After purchasing a pair of white Tibetan Mastiffs last year, I began to develop a sincere interest in Tibetan culture. I am thrilled that there is a Learning Center here in New Jersey that is open to the public! I would love it if you could include me on any mailing lists that you may have. I am interested in attending some lectures, classes or seminars. Thank you so very much and I look forward to hearing from you!\r\n Most sincerely,\r\n Suzanne Merrill\r\nwww.SnowLionTibetanMastiffs.com
Kathleen Nolan
02 Sep 2009, 18:38
I would like to be kept informed about classes at your center
17 Jul 2009, 11:11
I studied there during the winter of 1968. The things I learned have stayed with me ever since then.
deepak bhattarai
12 Jul 2009, 04:05
dear sir,\r\n I'm going to do thesis on the topic of BUDDHIST LEARNING CENTER AT LUMBINI.for that im in search of learning center as reference. im the student of architecture and of bachelor level. could u please help me by providing the space requirement in this "Tibetan Buddhist Learning Center, Washington, NJ". if possible im in search of drawings of this building and area and photographs for my case study. so please help me as soon as possible. im waiting for ur positive response.....DEEPAK BHATTARI
Adam Finn
12 Mar 2009, 11:03
i am looking for a teacher to help me learn more about buddhism and meditation. i have been reading up on alot of the history and teachings i would like to learn much more
Casey Cook
04 Feb 2009, 10:50
Hi, I am looking for a meditation teacher. I would grately appreciate any assistance in finding one at your center!\r\n\r\nThanks so much!\r\nCasey
Shaun B
28 Jan 2009, 20:15
Please let me know when the public can come, i believe it may be this upcoming sunday and if soi definitely would like to attend. Please get back to me at your earliest convenience. I am eager to learn more about buddhism, mediation as well is a very important activity i would like to take part in and learn as much as possible about...thanks so much!
Madhu Jonnada
17 Jan 2009, 07:01
I would like to learn more about the meditation classes you offer to the public.
01 Jan 2009, 12:49
Please add me to your mailing list. I am eager to learn about Buddhism, and participate in some of you beginner programs.
Lisa Woodside
29 Dec 2008, 15:28
Hello,\r\nI would like to visit the Center to experience the place and land and to learn. I am not sure when the public can come. I believe that sometimes on Sunday are available, but I am unsure. I need to visit.\r\n\r\nThank You and Best Wishes,\r\n\r\nLisa
Skylands Visitor
27 Dec 2008, 05:44
Contact information for TBLC is listed directly above.
Pat Gail
26 Dec 2008, 02:50
Hi Caroline, Kristin, and all: I read your comments to this webpage and have sent my own. I would like to know if anyone received an answer from the people who oversee the temple. I have not heard from anyone and am wondering if there is any kind of organized worship or seminars. Did any of you receive a reply? If you did will you please let me know at this website. Thank you in advance for any information you can offer. Pat Gail
Caroline Herrma
25 Dec 2008, 05:23
When do seminars begin? I would like to \r\nattend.\r\nThank You\r\nCaroline
Kristin Murdock
17 Dec 2008, 23:54
I am a beginner and a new/eager learner of Buddhism. Please add me to your mailing list for future events. I am very interested and want to learn more. Thank you,\r\nKristin
Pat Gail
16 Dec 2008, 10:38
I am signing on to your mailing list. Is a reservation needed to attend Sunday worship?
30 Oct 2008, 17:05
put me on mailing list and where are you would lilke to visit or attend programs am in clinton\r\nthanks li
Diane Fennell
26 Oct 2008, 16:33
Please add me to your mailing list. I'm interested in learning more about meditation and the Buddhist practices.\r\nThank you,\r\nDiane
luis campodonico
19 Oct 2008, 14:19
my name is luis campodonico,i'm interested in visiting, i would like guidance as to how and when to visit to learn how to meditate,bslance my mind,my body,soul....and what i supposed to learn in this lifetime. Thank you, Luis
Michael Riera
13 Oct 2008, 11:36
I am insterested in learning more about the buddha's teachings and meditation. Let me know of events and available talks.\r\n\r\nThanks, \r\nMike
TJ Mancini
12 Oct 2008, 03:15
Please keep me posted as to new and upcomming events. TJ
TJ Mancini
12 Oct 2008, 03:15
Please keep me posted as to new and upcomming events. TJ
TJ Mancini
12 Oct 2008, 03:15
Please keep me posted as to new and upcomming events. TJ
TJ Mancini
12 Oct 2008, 03:14
Please keep me posted as to new and upcomming events. TJ
Carol Kukucka
29 Sep 2008, 04:38
Is the temple open for viewing during the week, specifically Wednesday Oct. 1st, as my son and I would like to visit?
Sammy Taha
08 Aug 2008, 23:33
Hi,\r\nI am interested in learning more about Buddhism and meditation. I live near Washington and would be grateful for any kind of guidance or instruction you are able to give.\r\nThank you.\r\n-Sammy
05 Aug 2008, 10:57
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catherine Lord
04 Aug 2008, 21:48
I had the great privilege of attending the Dalai Lama's six day teaching at Lehigh University. It was an amazing experience that I am very grateful to have had. I am inspired to further my practice and would like to know about any upcoming classes and seminars at the Tibetan Learning Center. I would also be interested in any future teachings of the Dalai Lama. Please tell me how I can get schedules. \r\n\r\nThank you!!\r\nCathy
25 Jul 2008, 19:19
Please add me to your mailing list for events & updates.
Paula Mooney
16 Jul 2008, 08:14
Good morning. We have 4 five-day tickets, 1 senior and 3 regular, for HH Dalai Lama's teaching in Madison, WI, July 20 - 24, 2008. We also have hotel reservations that we can transfer. The tickets are in section 327. If there is interest, please respond ASAP. Thank you very much.\r\nPaula
Linda Weinberger
16 Jul 2008, 07:47
Good morning! I have been blessed to attend His Holiness' 6 day teaching, and from every part of my being I want to thank you. Simply, thank you. Will you please add me to your e-list for information on your seminars, workshops, etc. I am doubly blessed to live not too far from you! Linda
11 Jul 2008, 18:58
I have a ticket for the dalai lama's talk tomorrow 9:30 & 2p at Stabler. respond asap to get it.
11 Jul 2008, 14:45
hi,\r\nI just wanted to let you know what a great job u guys did with the Dalai Lama teaching in Lehigh College. I'm quite grateful for your efforts, and the oppertunity, and I'm sure, among the many.\r\nal (of al and betty fame, LOL)
Colette Crescas
29 Jun 2008, 06:18
Can you tell me how to purchase tickets to attend the Dali Lama's talk on July 13?\r\n\r\nGraciously,\r\nColette
patrick Finnegan
07 Jun 2008, 13:39
I have become interested and have read a few books on Buddhism. Please furnish me with information on your weekends and if any weeks and is the place accessable by bus or by cab? Thank you\r\nPatrick Finnegan
Betty Butler
18 May 2008, 10:20
Please add me to your mailing list.
Brian Venezia
20 Apr 2008, 16:00
it took 20 years to finally pick up and read the liberation through understanding in the between.i am just finishing the book by robert thurman.what's better is that i am right around the corner from your temple and i can not wait to visit.thank you,brian venezia
susan miller
09 Apr 2008, 08:26
I will be attending the Lehigh University teachings with the Dalai Llama and am looking for inexpensive housing during that time. Would there be any rooms to rent with you during this time or any suggestions for possible stays with Sangha members ?\r\n\r\nI also wanted to tell you about LLama Tsultrum Allione's new book : Feeding the Demons. She is a principle teacher of mine from Pagosa Springs Colorado. She was just in NYC on her book tour and I would love to have her come to your center and DC. \r\n\r\nWhat are you thoughts ?\r\n\r\nI spend some time with you at a teaching last summer. Thank you for all you are doing.\r\n\r\nsusan miller\r\n571-334-5677
Deborah Black
07 Apr 2008, 16:42
Aha! I was telling an online friend about the Learning Center and discovered your comment section.\r\nI have been remiss in keeping in touch. Mea Culpa. Life has been nuts.\r\n\r\nMuch love,\r\nDeb
Victoria Roche
04 Apr 2008, 21:06
I'm interested in knowing more about the events your center sponsors. I'm attending a weekend at Omega with Pema Chodron in May and have been studying Buddhism for about 2 yrs. I'm in Somerset County
David Von Roehm
02 Apr 2008, 18:59
I am attending the six-day teachings at Lehigh University's Stabler Arena on The Great Treatise on the Stages of the Path to Enlightenment. Thank you for sponsoring this event. Please add me to any list you may have of open house at your center. I am reading the texts for the Lehigh event and looking for a NJ Sangha.\r\n\r\nI wish you happiness,\r\n\r\nDVR
david egan
11 Mar 2008, 12:50
Dear Diana and Josh,\r\na prayer that all is well with you both. I miss our time together and hope to see you again soon.\r\nLove and Blessings,\r\nDavid Egan
08 Mar 2008, 19:57
We would like to off a link exchange with: http://donoharm.us
Vincent A Cordero
06 Mar 2008, 13:25
Hello,\r\nMy name is Vincent A Cordero and I'm interested in visiting.\r\nI searched your website and I would like guidance as to how and when to visit.\r\nI want to explore:\r\n=> how to meditate\r\n=> how to balance my mind, body & soul\r\n=> what am I supposed to learn in this lifetime\r\n\r\n\r\nThank You in advance\r\nVin
06 Mar 2008, 07:19
I am new to buddhism, and am incredibly willing to be taught. Can someone guide me in the right direction for beginners for the monmouth county area or whatever is closest to it.\r\nThank you..have a peaceful day.
sara moore-hines
03 Mar 2008, 18:24
Some friends and I from Delaware County, Pa. are interested in info/ticket prices regarding the Dalai Lama's talk on July 13th @ Lehigh University, as well as more info/fees for the 5 day symposium.Kindly contact me about this. May the spirit of peace imbue the earth. Sincerely,\r\nSara Moore-Hines
Iris shea
03 Mar 2008, 05:28
I would like to register for the 5 day symposium at Lehigh University in July. I would also like to purchase 4 tickets to the Dalai Lama's talk on July 13th.\r\n\r\nthank you
Omar Rivera
27 Feb 2008, 07:57
Hi, \r\n\r\nI would like to find out more about Buddhism. Is there anyone that can help ?\r\n\r\n omar\r\n
Donna Q
11 Feb 2008, 09:27
Hello again, \r\nJust wanted to know if you could recommend a place where I could learn more about Buddhism in central long island, close to my home (Centereach, NY). \r\n\r\nThanks, \r\nDonna \r\n
Rev Sankhodae Sunim
29 Jan 2008, 12:01
Dear Members, I was interested in attending his Holiness Presentation at Lehigh University Betlehem on Tsong Kha pa's Master Piece. I am Clergy and wanted to see if there will be any tickets available? I had the good fortune to attend other teachings of his Holiness and I am always blessed by these opportunities thank you for all of your help. \r\nHumbly Yours,\r\nRev. Sankhodae Sunim\r\nSpiritual Director\r\nBuffalo Zen Center\r\n104 Aurora Ave\r\nWest Seneca, NY 14224\r\n(716) 825-1144\r\n\r\n\r\n
MaryEliza Rios
23 Jan 2008, 10:28
news letters
Stacie Bortnick
23 Jan 2008, 07:21
Good morning,\r\n\r\nI was wondering if I could sit and interview someone about Buddhism and it's practices. I need to write a paper for my world religions class and chose this dharma as my topic.\r\n\r\nThank you,\r\nStacie\r\n
Donna Quinones
17 Jan 2008, 17:09
Please add me to your mailing list for events & updates. I am looking to learn more about Buddhist philosophy. Thank you, \r\nDonna \r\n

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