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I really like Buddhism so I want to make good and great friend(s) who also share the same interests. Recognize the following? 諸行無常、諸法無我、 緣起性空、實相無相
I am a devout practitioner of the Mahayana school of thought. Originally from Canada, I now reside in the United States in upstate New York. As for my profession, I was trained as a public health population/epidemiologist specialist. I live to the best of my abilities the teaching of the Buddha...
I have been touring the world as a musician most of my life and am an artist and philosopher deeply into inner oeace and sharing my knowledge and naivete with all I come in contact with. Love Eckhart, Shambala books, creating film scores & painting. Canadian by birth but gypsy at heart.
I practice the teachings of the Buddha and am a loving, caring, sensitive person. I am happiest when I am serving others. I of course, follow 'the middle way', love nature, music and am looking for someone with similar interests. I also love to cook!
I love physical exercise and travel. I enjoy meditation and eating healthy food. I love the movies, reading and most NYC activities. I actually like working. I have my own business so that helps me have the time to do all the things I enjoy.
I am a fun loving, easy going, Zen practitioner and teacher, in fact, I'm an ordained Zen priest and founded and lead a local Sangha for a little over 2 and a half years here in Tampa. I give anesthesia as my profession as an anesthetist, but mindfulness, meditation, and teaching Zen are my...
I am extremely grateful for all of my friends. I also love dogs and am crazed over movies. Additionally, I am a big fan of food. And of course, I meditate two times a day. :) Furthermore, I am passionate about the presence and beauty of all women! I bow to them.
I describe myself as a work in progress. What has it taken me all these years to learn? We can read, sit crossed legged without moving. Perform all the rights and rituals we want chanting, pujas etc. but, none of those things does a follower of Siddhartha make. These are all outward things....