Buddhist Action Month at Aryaloka

On Thu, 25 May, 2017 - 17:02
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Bodhisattva activity in the 21st century

Buddhist Action Month (BAM) is a festival of Buddhist social action in many forms. It is an international festival, celebrated by may Triratna centers and other Buddhist groups, and it’s fueled by metta. Metta is the strong intention to create Loving Kindness for all, and it’s embodied in the desire to act for the benefit of the world. Practicing this is at the heart of everything we do in the Triratna Buddhist Community. Let’s turn that intention into action for BAM ~ Buddhist Action Month ~ in June 2017.

National Gun Violence Awareness Days

Friday June 2: Wear orange and post to social media using #WearOrange hash tag
Saturday, June 3:  Wear Orange Picnic 2-4 at 895 Bridge St. Manchester 03104.  Find other events at

Jenness Beach Clean-up with Blue Ocean Society

Sunday, June 11, 9am – 11am, Jenness Beach, Rye, NH, USA (map)
Join the Blue Ocean Society shore clean up crew, and a group of swimmers and paddlers in the shallow waters led by a Seacoast native Bob Fernald. Bob is a world class open water swimmer, and member of the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming. As conditions permit, Bob will lead a group of swimmers in the shallow coastline waters, collecting garbage. There is an open invitation to join the swim, or come along with your kayak/SUP to join the clean up efforts! Participants will collect data on their findings to contribute to the Society’s education efforts and long-term study on marine debris in New Hampshire.

Letter-writing for Amnesty International
Date and time TBA 

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