retrofuturist wrote:Greetings Salmon,
Luckily for you, there's only 2 transport zones now.
They merged 2 & 3 into just Zone 2... presumably in order to make public transport a more viable option for those on the outer fringes of the city.
salmon wrote:Are they charging Zone 2 or Zone 3 pricing then?
salmon wrote:Dan: whereabouts are you?
Thanks for the websites, I'll check them out.
Nadi wrote:If u can get a few copies of 'Mindfulness in Plain English' by bhante Henepola Gunaratana, it would be very useful I think
floating_abu wrote:Do you know where you are taking them to yet, salmon? In Sydney there is a Buddhist Library where I once left a variety of books. I hope you find a convenient place. Safe travels.
salmon wrote:floating_abu wrote:Do you know where you are taking them to yet, salmon? In Sydney there is a Buddhist Library where I once left a variety of books. I hope you find a convenient place. Safe travels.
I'm not sure where I will be taking them. I've gone through the list in the webbies posted here. Most likely I'll send them to BSV and one or two other centres. As most of the writings are from Thai teachers, I'm not sure if they'll be well received in centres of other countries' influences?
PS. no discrimmination meant, but in places like m'sia, there are some places that will ONLY deal with Burmese Theravada tradition.
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