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At 9:03 on June 3, 2018, Marjolaine said…

Merci infiniment, malheureusement le mois de septembre on aura la visite de Trijang Rinpoche en Italie. les dares exactes a confirmer.

je passe souvent plus au moins par Mannheim en bagnole en rentrant en Italue ou je me suis tranferee il y a 24 ans... 

c’est un projet de dialogue pour la Paix et j’espere bien que Kama Gangchen sera instrumental dans l’effort collectif de rentrer au Tibet de Sa Saintete le Dalai Lama. On vient de faire un programme fou de deux mois avec un Lama DIRECTEMent du Kham/ Tibet. Ca bouge!

dharma greetings Marjolaine

au Nepal par contre je partage chez moi avec LotsawacSherpa ( Sherab) du Monastere de Kopan FPMT middle way. Je suis toujours tres reconnaissante a Dharmavidya pour son immense travail de portee le dharma en occident. On s’est connys en internet j’ai fair des retraites en France en Angleterre. Et le bouddhist therapists network a ete un support thank you and Best Wishes for the dutch ITZI Conference which I am schefuled elsewhere.

At 14:34 on March 24, 2016, David Brazier said…

Big welcome, Mislai. I'm sure you will find many friends here. i hope that one day you can come and visit us and spend some time at Eleusis.

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