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September (09/30/22)
Karuna – Compassion
October (10/21/22)
Dana – Generosity
November (11/11/22)
Sila – Virtue
December (12/09/22)
Viriya – Energy
January (01/13/22)
Panna – Wisdom
February (02/03-04/22)
Nekkhama – Renunciation
March (03/10/22)
Khanta – Patience
April (04/07/22)
Sacca – Truth
May (05/05/22)
Aditthana – Resolve
June (06/02/22)
Metta – Lovingkindness
July (07/07/22)
Upekkha – Equanimity
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September

KARUNA – COMPASSION
Workshop date: 09/30/2022

As the Boddhisattvas thousand eyes behold the world’s suffering,
Compassion awakens to perform the work of a Buddha.

CLASS RECORDINGS

TO DO BEFORE OCTOBER CLASS:
– Practice regularly with paramita of the month: Compassion
– Start service work or develop a plan accordingly
– Meet with your buddy and get to know one another’s motivation for enrolling in this training
– Meet with your small group (virtually or in person) and discuss the impact of the September workshop
– Have a Mentor Interview if you are scheduled here
– Write the Dharma Story assignment: ‘Tending the Sick
– Read the September workshop follow-up articles posted below
– Read at least 50% of the Book-of-the-Month (click here for schedule)
– (Optional) Attend Writing Workshop 9am-10:45am on Saturday, 15th October. Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8808435723?pwd=NGtJQjlaSjVabkZWOVlOZFBWNE9tUT09

READ

About Buddhist Chaplaincy – by Gil Fronsdal
About Buddhist Chaplaincy – by Paul Haller
About Buddhist Chaplaincy – by Jennifer Block
What is a chaplain?
Chaplaincy- A Brief Intro
Structure of a Care Relationship
A Treatise on the Paramis
The 10 Perfections – a poem
Compassionate Mind Healthy Body
Compassion & the Bodhisattva vows
The Four Domains of Competency

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