Fifty Years, Fifty Voices

Some Glimpses Into The Vision And Sometimes Messy Unfolding Of The Triratna Buddhist Order on its 50th anniversary

On Fri, 18 May, 2018 - 13:04
Satyalila's picture
Satyalila

This is a talk I gave on our Sangha Night in Bristol to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Order in April.  It puts the ‘Fifty Years, Fifty Voices’ project in context alongside the Sangharakshita Complete Works and includes a sneak preview of a number of ‘voices’ from the project, including Vessantara on Bhante in the early days, Buddhadasa on the Order & Arya Sangha, Vajratara on what she loves about the Order, , Manjusvara on why the Order isn’t perfect and Parami & Shraddhavajri talking about changing the world.  It also explores why the Order matters, how we’re still in the process of co-creating a new lineage together and how we can all take part in that!

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Viryabodhi's picture

Dear Satyalila,

Thank you for that talk and for the whole series. I’m enjoying this project and all the small snippets, hearing the hologram speak, so to speak.

with metta, Viryabodhi