A Buddhist Podcast – Heritage of the Ultimate Law of Life

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June 11th, 2006

Tonight we are taking a brief gap in our series of Lectures on the Lotus Sutra, just for this week! Instead, we are going to study an extract from a letter the Daishonin wrote to Sairen-Bo. The letter is called The Heritage of the Ultimate Law of Life. Tonight we talk about:
1. Each moment is the last moment of our lives
2. 1000 Buddhas
3. Many in body but one in mind
For the music on tonights show I am grateful to Soccershout, Bitjobs for the Masses, Green Dragon, Tartan Podcast and of course Three from Leith. All of these great podcasters helped me source the music this week which comes from the Podsafe Music Network and was…Death Cab for Cutie singing Title and Registration and Team Salt with Roundabouts.
We are already preparing the 7th and final lecture on Chapter 2 of the Lotus Sutra for the next show! Don’t forget, if you have an experience or feedback or just want to say hello, drop us a line at jason@thejarretts.com or karen@thejarretts.com.
Thank you to everyone for your support and encouragement. Have a truly fantastic week!

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4 Comments »

  1. I’ve been wrestling on some topical issues of late and this podcast has provided the answers to my questions.

    The beautiful and profound Buddhist wisdom and Jason and Karen’s gentle delivery filled my eyes with tears and I felt my heart swell with joy.

    Thanks so much for helping me grow.

    Comment by Lincoln — October 19, 2006 @ 10:34 pm

  2. can practicing at home be enough or is it necessary to join a buddhist group or orginization?as usual time is an issue!

    Comment by sam harding — November 20, 2006 @ 1:53 pm

  3. Pleased to see this podcast. Its the one we are going to study at the MD Course at Winchester this weekend. Thanks for all the hardwork that you do to produce these programmes for us.

    Comment by Peter de Groot — July 10, 2007 @ 5:41 am

  4. Hi, just wanted to thank you for keeping this live, I was searcing for some study inspiration as am doing the lecture on Heritage of the….and was desperate to find something real…and wonderful to hear your voices from a warm Sussex evening way back in the day! Hannahx

    Comment by Hannah — May 10, 2011 @ 3:50 pm

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