Dhamma Wheel meeting 2

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Dhamma Wheel meeting 2

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From facebook, I see that Bhante Dhammanando met with Phalañani Daniela. Soon she may be receiving her full ordination (hopefully).

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It's really nice to see women going forth under the Theravada Tradition. :namaste:
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What a beautiful photo!
Thanks David for sharing.

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That's very cool.



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Greetings David,

I don't know quite how your numbering system works, but I think you've missed a few!

Ed & Chris, Ed & Ben, Ed & Mike, Me and Ben, Me and Salmon, Me and Dan74....

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retrofuturist wrote:Greetings David,

I don't know quite how your numbering system works, but I think you've missed a few!

Ed & Chris, Ed & Ben, Ed & Mike, Me and Ben, Me and Salmon, Me and Dan74....

Metta,
Retro. :)

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Which reminds me, will you be free in either of next two weekend, Paul? (I've emailed you, btw). :toast:
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Hi Ed,

I'm going to ask the Events Co-ordinatior (aka Mrs Retro) when she gets home.

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"The uprooting of identity is seen by the noble ones as pleasurable; but this contradicts what the whole world sees." (Snp 3.12)

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retrofuturist wrote: I don't know quite how your numbering system works, but I think you've missed a few!

Ed & Chris, Ed & Ben, Ed & Mike, Me and Ben, Me and Salmon, Me and Dan74....
:oops: You're right! There have been quite a few Dhamma Wheel meetings. Excellent!

I remember the photo of Bhante Dhammanando with the three others and more recently Ed and Mike. Do we have photos of the other meetings? It might be nice to put them all in one thread to encourage more meetings.
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I nearly met with Pink_Trike, but I have no photo to prove the near-miss :popcorn:
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there was also me with julia and me and with raga mala i'm not sure their names on here though.. you know the other alaska people
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