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October 21, 2009

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Puerhan

Welcome back!

Thanks for sharing the lovely photos.

(Kwan Seum Bosal = Guan Yin Bodhisattva / Avalokiteśvara Bodhisattva ?)

Bob

I'm 50 miles from Providence and 50 miles from Cambridge. So near, but so far.

nathan

Excellent photos! Thank you.

Genju

nice to have you back! the bell tower picture is so beautiful.

Uku

Hi Barry,

welcome back and thank you very much for sharing your lovely photos!

And thank you very much for your efforts to practice Buddha's Way.

Peace,
Uku

Barry Briggs

Thank you, everyone, for your comments and support.

Puerhan, yes: Kwan Seum Bosal is the Korean pronunciation of Guan Shi Yin Pusa (perceive world sound bodhisattva).

Bob - swing by one of these centers when you have a chance! Good people at both.

Genju - the bell sounds every evening at 6:30 - wonderful!

Alice

Barry!!! Welcome back!!!

pete

very nice pics--- i went home last night and showed my wife how amazing the center looks... we then went onto the website and took a panoramic tour.

Genju

....mmmm.... something about temple bells vibrating the mists in the evening.... gosh, I miss that!

Joseph Bengivenni

Wow! I had no idea what a beautiful sopt it is there!

Joseph Bengivenni

'spot' oops! ^^

Barry Briggs

Thank you, Alice, Pete, Genju and Joseph! I'm glad to read your comments.

Barry

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