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My heros are Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luthar King Jr., His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama, Mother Teresa, and Aung San Suu Kyi. I am learning about the Buddhist faith and becoming a Buddhist myself. I live in a very small town up north in Canada,and I can not find a Buddhist tempal within a 300 mile radius of me.
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Im a member of the U.S. campagine for Burma, and officer to groups for Burma on Facebook, Burma Voices and 5 billion ppl want Aung San Suu Kyi as the PM of Burma
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Hello ! I am a community activist working in champran and in process to setup Gandhi School of Social Science and Research Centre in West Champran , Biahr , India.
It is first ever place where Gandhiji's started Indigo Movement against Britishers. He also established ashram and school for experiment of nai talim and social work with community.
This place suppose to be pilgrims of all Gandhian philosopher , thinkers or researcher but it is most neglected in Gandhi circuit. I am committed to develop this place as pilgrims and make temple of Gandhiji.
There are plenty of opportunity to understand Gandhi and do research here for which I am setting up Gandhi School of Social Sciences and Research Centre. We will provide opportunity to all who have interest in Gandhi.
Well, use this handy little website... www.bookfinder.com and you will be very happy. They are connected to over 5000 used book dealers in North America. You can find First Editions and even author signed, I gave an 1888 Edwin Arnold signed first edition of the Gita to a friend for his birthday last year - also check Ebay once in a while - I picked up 3 Tibet Library Dalai Lama books for about $10 total - people are alway selling books. I have been practicing non-attachment and giving my collection slowly as gifts.
Check out the Buddhist Society of Western Australia at www.bswa.org - They have podcasts for download of Dhamma Talks, Sutta Studies, and Guided Meditations. I think you will enjoy very much in reading also check out Neville, James Allen, Ralph Waldo Trine's "In Tune with the Infinite" and Walter Russell's "The Message of the Divine Iliad".
I too consider myself a Buddhist although not formally so.
Gandhi, King (read the speech he gave exactly one year to the day of his assassination regarding the Vietnam War), my bookcase is full and I am reading Aung San Suu Kyi's "The Voice of Hope" as we speak.