25th MEMORIAL CELEBRATION
For Angarika Dhammadina
September 13th, 2015
In Surrey, B.C.
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- by Professor Suwanda Sugunasiri
Sakydhita Canada: Branching out - by Mavis Fenn
Women at the Forefront - Jayanta interviews Ayya Medhanandi
The Question of Women in Buddhism - Bhikkhu Analayo
Education and Empowerment for the Women of Bhutan, Pema Choling Institute – by Christine Arpita
Mae Chee Kaew - Her Journey to Spiritual Awakening & Enlightenment by Bhikkhu Silaratano
Into The Heart of Live by Jesunma Tenzin Palmo. See review in January 2012 Full Moon Sakyadhita Canada net letter.
Bhikkhuni: Revival of the Women's Order - A documentary about discrimination and the quest for gender equality in Buddhism. This is a film that seeks to explore the issue of female ordination in Buddhism. www.bhikkhunidocumentary.com
North American Buddhist Women in The International Context by Venerable Karma Lekshe Tsomo (on line - permission given by Peter N Gregory & Susanne Mrozik Women Practicing Buddhism: American Experiences)
Escape From The Land of Snows by Stephan Talty (released in January 2011) Traces the Dalai Lama’s life and the Tibetan Story
Alliance for Bhikkhunis and the online magazine PRESENT.
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See Net Letter Archive to read past issues.
Vesak Celebrations – across Canada
It’s Just the Frosting – Rev Konin Cardenas
Not-Self as True and Beneficial – Sarani Karuna
Dhamma Follower in Myanmar – Sharon Gravelle
Memberships & Donations – beginning a new year
Upcoming AGM – April 2016
Home is the Way: a Christmas message – from Thich Nhat Hahn
Lotus Petals in the Snow – new book release with articles from Canadian Buddhist women
Anagarika Dhammadinna’s Memorial Celebration: the first western Theravada nun in Canada pictures, letters
Anagarika Dhammadinna: history & upcoming Memorial Celebration in September
14th Sakyadhita International Conference in Indonesia: pictures, video, sponsorship letters