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Let’s say you aren’t into the whole partying scene that’s usually synonymous with Spring Break. Or perhaps you’re one of the unfortunate boys and girls left to wander the ghost town that was once the UNH campus. Without the cocktails and tropical destinations, what’s left to do?
Become a Buddhist, of course.
The Dover Nichiren Daishonin's Buddhism Group is coming to UNH on Wednesday, March 14th to hold an introductory meeting at 6:30 pm in room 330 in the MUB.
Nichiren Daishonin's Buddhism is a type of Buddhist practice that focuses on chanting Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo. That translates to “salutation to the Lotus Sutra.” This is supposed to bring out the best in your life, in order to encourage world peace thru non-violent ends.
Personally, even thinking about chanting makes me sleepy, and I would be in no mood to hurt anyone or anything. I think I see where they’re going with the chanting leading to non-violence thing.
You will learn the basics of this type of Buddhism from group members and fellow UNH students, and there will be time to ask any questions you have regarding the practice of Buddhism.
My only question is: why are you still sitting on your booty? Get down to that meeting. It’s gonna be Buddhalicious.
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