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At 10:51pm on January 15, 2012, Marga said…
There is some confusion about NJCC being open tomorrow, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, since the region calendars did not have it marked that the center would be close.  To clarify, the community center will NOT be open tomorrow, 1/16th.

Please communicate to the members.  Thank you!!!

Marga (in case that yu want to call tomorrow),please post your email in order that leaders contact you >You  can practice in your district !

At 10:19pm on January 15, 2012, Marga said…
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New Jersey Center (details)
60 Franklin Street
East Orange, NJ. 07017   US

Telephone: 973.395.1180
Fax: 973.395.1185

At 4:48pm on January 9, 2012, Marga said…

Also, Buddhist gods, protective gods, tutelary gods, guardian deities, etc. The gods that protect the correct Buddhist teaching and its practitioners. Gods who function to protect the people and their land and bring good fortune to both. Heavenly gods and benevolent deities is a generic term for the Buddhist pantheon that includes Brahma, Shakra, the four heavenly kings, the Sun Goddess, the gods of the sun and moon, and other deities. Many of these gods and deities were traditionally revered in India, China, and Japan. They became part of Buddhist thought as Buddhism flourished in those areas. Rather than primary objects of belief or devotion, Buddhism tends to view them as functioning to support and protect the Buddha, the Law, or Buddhist teachings, and practitioners.


At 4:42pm on January 9, 2012, Marga said…

HI Lotus


Im marga from NJ USA I will send you an answer about one of your questions <is from Frankie from Malasya Please read with your life  LOVE Marga


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