Pema Osel

The following article is from the Summer, 1999 issue of the Snow Lion Newsletter and is for historical reference only. You can see this in context of the original newsletter here.

Dudjom Buddhist Association Internationa] Limited has a newly published English-Chinese bilingual Buddhistjournal named PemaOsel. This journal is distributed free of charge to people all over the world. Just send a letter and receive a copy free of charge at the following address:

Dudjom Buddhist Association, P.O. Box 44346, Shau Kei Wan Post Office, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong SAR, China, fax: 852-2597-5037, email: du4jomba@hongkong.com, or info@dudjomba.org.hk, website: www.dudjombaorg.hk.

This beautifully illustrated journal, filled with photos and pictures, has as its goal, to help bring about a new wave of Buddhist spiritual and cultural renaissance. They have two guiding principles that they follow in seeking to fulfill their goals: a holistic approach to Buddhist teachings and the merging of the Buddhist teachings into daily life. They seek to reintegrate the different schools of Buddhism and to illustrate their interdependence, just as they seek to integrate Buddhist teaching into life so as to eliminate the distinction between study and practice. To fulfill these principles, this journal will focus on the biographies of past saints and the life stories of great masters, letting these life stories serve as an inspiration and a guide to those treading the Buddhist path. The inaugural issue dedicates itself to the Life story of Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche, his recent incarnation as Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche the Third, and his past incarnations as great practitioners of the dharma. ä_æ

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