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Walking us through the Sangha Vandana of the Tiratnavandana, Parami starts off the International Women's Order Convention with an inspiring window into the practice of Sangha, of gathering together in harmonious relationship with one another that keeps third jewel shining.
Are we a community of aspiring bodhisattvas? Are we a community in which there is spontaneous compassionate activity? Parami takes us line by line through the text of the Sangha Vandana, exploring its literal meaning, the relevance of the text for us as a community, and making a few comments about implications for us personally, for the community and for the world.
Talk given at the Women's International Order Convention 2011.
|Sangha Vandana (54:28)|
Total running time: 54:28