Upcoming events / Announcement
༄།། ༧ རྒྱལ་བིའ་སྐུ་ཕྱ་ིའ་དང་བསྟན་སྲིད་ཞབས་རིམ་གཤམ་གསལ་
༡་ མ་ཎི་ ཡིག་དྲུག་
Following the directive from Department of Religion and Cultural Affairs – CTA, special prayer gatherings are being organized by the Wisconsin Tibetan Association board members for every Saturday, from October 27 to December 1, 2018.
This is being held specially for the good health and long life of HH the Dalai Lama and other spiritual teachers as well as for the Tibetan cause. All community members are strongly encouraged to make an effort to attend these important prayers . The scripts for the prayers will be handed out on 10/27/18. We are required to recite the same too at home and the final count of all prayers recited individually and together in the temple will be collected on December 1, 2018 for immediate submission to the Office of Tibet.
If there are any interested sponsors for tea and snacks during this time, please contact either Samdup la (608-471-3254) or me -Lobsang (608-698-8260.) For more information, please visit our website and Facebook.
DATE/DAY/TIME OF PRAYERS AT DEER PARK:
10/27/18 : SATURDAY @ 5.00 PM
11/03/18 : SATURDAY @ 5.00 PM
11/10/18 : SATURDAY @ 5.00 PM
11/17/18 : SATURDAY @ 5.00 PM
11/24/18 : SATURDAY @ 5.00 PM
12/01/18 : SATURDAY @ 5.00 PM
Dear Community Members,
As announced during the general public meeting this past Saturday, Dr. Anna Dirienzo, Professor at the University of Chicago (Department of Human Genetics) is conducting a research with other fellow scientists on how Tibetans live healthy lives despite living in harsh, high altitude environment of the Tibetan plateau. Their studies, till now, have shown that Tibetans have an ancient historical and unique biological features that result from millennia of adaption to the challenging environment of the plateau. Considering the present changing environment and lifestyles, they are interested to see if there are any differences. They have worked with many Tibetans in the Tibetan Autonomous Region amd Nepal as well as the Tibetan Alliance of Chicago. They are now seek the possibility of working with the Wisconsin Tibetan Association. It is their hope that the outcome of this work will benefit and advance the well being of the Tibetan population and others living in similarly harsh environment.
If anyone from WTA is interested in participating in this research, please contact Dr. Anna by email firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com or by phone: 773-834-1037 OR me. Please bear in mind that there could be some paper work. Detailed information is available on our website: wistib.org
Introduction to Buddhism Series
Sundays, September 23 to December 9; 1:30 – 2:30 PM
The Introduction to Buddhism Series will begin again this fall starting Sunday, September 23 from 1:30 – 2:30 PM.
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