We hope you enjoyed the recent offering from our Guest Teacher, Lauri Glenn.
Often, in Buddhism, the teachings are offered freely and, if possible, the students who benefit from the teachings are asked to provide support back to the teacher. This practice is called dana, which means “generosity.” Dana is a practice of offering and receiving generously from teachers to students and students to teachers. It is the Heart principle of symbiotic support.
Please consider offering support to Lauri Glenn for their wonderful recent Dharma Evening, and help them continue with their dharma (life work) of sharing the Dharma. Lauri Glenn will receive the full amount of your support, and it will be deducted as a one-time only payment.
Thanks in advance for your generous support to Lauri Glenn.
—Josh and Terry