Forest Dhamma Books available in New Zealand

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Dai Zhi Qiang
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Forest Dhamma Books available in New Zealand

Postby Dai Zhi Qiang » Sat Aug 14, 2010 12:10 am

Hi,

I have been in discussion with Ajahn Dick Sãlaratano over the past months about wanting to bring some "Forest Dhamma Books" and after much red tape (custom clearances, client codes, etc) I finally got the books here.

I have access to "Acariya Muns Biography", "Ajahn Khao Analayo", "Mae Chee Kaew" and "Wisdom Develops Samadhi" and "Patipada".

All these books are for free distribution and can either be picked up off me (Jon Dyer) at my restaurant (Stang House Thai Food, situated at 292 High St, Lower Hutt) during business hours (Tuesday to Sunday from 4PM to 9PM) or I can be contacted on 021 256 0056 (out of business hours) and you can come and pick some up from my house. Alternatively, the bulk of the books are kept at Bodhinyanarama Monastery (17 Rakau Grove, Stokes Valley) though if you go to the monastery, can you please arrange with them first when is a appropriate time to visit.

If people out of the area wish to receive these books, then I can post them to you (obviously you will have to cover the postage).

Metta

Jon Dyer aka Dai Zhi Qiang

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Re: Forest Dhamma Books available in New Zealand

Postby grasshopper » Thu Aug 19, 2010 5:09 am

Good on you, Jon! Very commendable :)

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Re: Forest Dhamma Books available in New Zealand

Postby Euclid » Fri Aug 20, 2010 4:09 am

Thank you very much for giving us this opportunity! I don't know if I will be able to go up to the Hutt or Bodhinyanarama any time soon, but I'll definitely get in touch with you soon either way.

Once again, thank you very much.

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Re: Forest Dhamma Books available in New Zealand

Postby James the Giant » Fri Aug 20, 2010 8:53 pm

Hey, great! I'm reading Acariya Mun's Biography now, it's very good. Entertaining, thoughtful, dhammic.
Then,
saturated with joy,
you will put an end to suffering and stress.
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