I used to play this on my grandmother’s wind-up gramophone. A great start to the day. Yeshe
The Laughing Policeman by Charles Jolly
This is a film about a Nepalese group foraging in the woods. An inter-cultural inter-generational project funded by Scottish Natural Heritage and the Scottish Woodland Trust. The project was organised by Creative Artist Joanne Boyce and workshops run by Monica Wilde, Chief Herbalist at Napiers in Edinburgh.
The Four Noble Truths is the first teaching that Buddha gave after his awakening. It builds the foundation of all Buddhist teachings and defines their purpose: the cessation of suffering.
The three hands on the Bodhicharya Logo represent the three main activities of Healing, Helping, and Harmony.
Healing : Buddha Dharma is regarded to be the Science of Mind. There are facilities for the study and practise of Dharma and other ancient wisdoms originating from both Eastern and Western traditions, which provide a basis for healing body and mind.
Helping : Life is meaningless if we do not do something useful to benefit society and the world we live in. Bodhicharya has already funded schools, clinics, and hospices, and plans to generate similar projects in the future for the benefit of those in need.
Harmony : Peace and progress in the world is dependent upon the harmony of its people. Inter-religious, inter-cultural and interdisciplinary dialogue and study are initiated to help bring better understanding and more harmony amongst communities worldwide.
Sitar specialises in health, education and the arts and frequently works with sensitive and difficult issues.
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