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Thread: Ryaku Fusatsu - November 27th, 2023

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    Ryaku Fusatsu - November 27th, 2023

    Hello, dear sangha

    This month's Ryaku Fusatsu service will be held on Monday, November 27th, the day of the full moon. We get together as always to be reminded of the Precepts and their meaning, to recommit to them and to atone for past misdeeds, as it has been the custom since the time of Shakyamuni Buddha, within the Sangha.

    The history of Ryaku Fusatsu is explained HERE

    To find your local time, please check the Treeleaf calendar, which can be found HERE

    The Ryaku Fusatsu service will be held in the Meeting Room, which can be found HERE

    You can also join our livestream if you do not wish to be on camera or participate at a later time, whenever it is better for you, with the recording, which you will find here:




    The service lasts about half an hour, is easy to follow along with, so please download the booklet for it HERE

    TO WATCH PREVIOUS FUSATSU SERVICES, CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK: FUSATSU ARCHIVES



    If you wish to participate, you'll also need a vessel with water and a leaf, or something you can sprinkle yourself with when the moment arrives.
    We hope you can join us! All are welcome to attend or participate, having received the Precepts or not. We look forward to seeing you there!


    gassho
    sat and lah
    Bion
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    When you put Buddha’s activity into practice, only then are you a buddha. When you act like a fool, then you’re a fool.

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    Thank you , everyone. Today the moon looks a little bit orange. Quite fitting for the autum season

    Gassho

    stlah

    Bernal

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    Thank you to all who attended. I am always so grateful for the opportunity to renew our vows together.

    Deep bows,
    Sekishi
    #sat#lah#vowed
    Sekishi | 石志 | He/him | Better with a grain of salt, but best ignored entirely.

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    Thank you for continuing this practice.

    Gassho,
    Nengyoku
    Sat
    Thank you for being the warmth in my world.

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    Thank You Everyone.
    I appreciate the opportunity to renew the vows.


    Myosho

    SatLah

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