A Buddhist Podcast – The Reluctant Buddhist – Chapter 13

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May 31st, 2010
We are back with another show! On tonights show we ahve the wonderful William Woollard reading Chapter 13 from his best selling book, The Reluctant Buddhist. We also have experiences from Claudia Blaszynzky in Sacramento and Robert ‘Skip’ Williams in Hong Kong.
We play three tracks tonight! We have Danko Jones with First Date, Robin Lukas with Smile and Beth Thornley with Mr Lovely! We would like to thank Robin Lukas for letting us play Smile and also express our thanks to Musicalley.com for making the music of Danko Jones and Beth Thornley available for us to play.
We have shoutouts, truly from all over the world. Also tonight we include some of the unedited audio from the live video, “Behind the Scenes with A Buddhist Podcast”. In the show tonight we make reference to Xavier Picks Peace exhibition and the forthcoming meeting of the SGI-UK Education Division meeting.
On the site you will notice a new heading on the right, called shoutouts, click the link and send us your shoutout, this way we make sure we don’t lose any of your precious names.
If you have a question, an experience that you would like to share with us, get in touch, we love hearing from you.

We are back with another show! On tonights show we have the wonderful William Woollard reading Chapter 13 from his best selling book, The Reluctant Buddhist. We also have experiences from Claudia Blaszynzky in Sacramento and Robert ‘Skip’ Williams in Hong Kong.

We play three tracks tonight! We have Danko Jones with First Date, Robin Lukas with Smile and Beth Thornley with Mr Lovely! We would like to thank Robin Lukas for letting us play Smile and also express our thanks to Musicalley.com for making the music of Danko Jones and Beth Thornley available for us to play.

We have shoutouts, truly from all over the world. Also tonight we include some of the unedited audio from the live video, “Behind the Scenes with A Buddhist Podcast”. In the show tonight we make reference to Xavier Picks Peace exhibition and the forthcoming meeting of the SGI-UK Education Division meeting.

On the site you will notice a new heading on the right, called shoutouts, click the link and send us your shoutout, this way we make sure we don’t lose any of your precious names.

If you have a question, an experience that you would like to share with us, get in touch, we love hearing from you!

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6 Comments »

  1. Wonderful mate..Well done…
    Great photo and memories at Taplow Court in 2007 with my mate Jason.

    Cheers

    David

    Comment by David Ross — May 31, 2010 @ 5:12 pm

  2. Hello Jarrett Family & the world!

    Well, I got the T-Shirt and have worn it already … in fact it’s one of my fave shirts to wear 🙂 I put one of the stickers on the back of my scooter… above the license plate and I use the “coasters” for my coffee/tea cups to sit on. Let’s see … I’ve told others in my district (Apache District) about your show.

    I’ve discovered that I’m in SGI-USA’s SouthWest Zone/Arizona Region/East Valley Chapter/Apache district.

    The Arizona Region covers the states of Arizona & New Mexico plus El Paso (in Texas).

    I have some plans formulating in my head … with my military background, Native American connections (First Nations etc.) and with my bilingual abilities (Spanish and English … mainly)…
    I should be able to use all of that plus my life’s experiences as a means to SHAKUBUKU … for KOSEN RUFU … this is what is becoming my goal more and more. Of course … I have to work on myself a LOT and learn more … but that will come. Thanks again Karen, Jason and family! You’ve been influential in really turning my life around … for the better. I can’t thank you enough for what you do, and I know it’s been tough for you to do all that you do … but I also know that you know that it’s worth it 🙂 high five … big smiles. Also … please give my thanks to Mr. William Woollard for an excellent reading of his book which I enjoy listening to. (Also my great grandma’s maiden name was “Woolard” but they left The British Isles in the 1700’s … I wonder if we are related somehow? haha … long shot … but possible) I think I might have to resubscribe to ancestry.com again … LOL (if I can find the time that is)… sorry for the long windedness, take great care of YOURselves and thanks again for all that you do.

    Comment by Lance Fallin — May 31, 2010 @ 11:12 pm

  3. Another great show! Thank you so much for the great work you do… Your podcast helps me stay connected to my SGI practice. Due to my split-shift work schedule it is hard for me to attend my local SGI activities on a regular basis, but I always take A Buddhist Podcast with me and listen to them at work! I anxiously await the next podcast, until then sending massive mojo, light and love. :

    Roger aka “Budog the Buddha Dude” 🙂

    Comment by Roger Thompson — June 2, 2010 @ 1:25 pm

  4. Hi Jason and Karen,

    I noticed I could no longer download the tracks or listen online. Has something changed? Please advise. Many thanks.

    Regards,
    Douglas

    Comment by Douglas Goh — June 9, 2010 @ 10:16 pm

  5. Hello Jarrett’s Family!!!

    My new friend (Lance, from Apache Junction, AZ) did indeed turn us on to your wonderful Pod Cast!!! And we in turn have passed if out again!!and again and again etc..

    What a wonderful way to propagate this great practice and promote “PEACE”. I have been a practitioner in the Southwest, US for the past almost 26 year. I will continue to listen and tell all I know about your show.

    Your new friends,
    Peace,
    Barbara Wright-Grier and family

    Comment by Barbara Wright-Grier — June 9, 2010 @ 10:28 pm

  6. OOOOOOOOO, thank you so much for being there.
    I have heard this podcast 5 times today, and it has sank in to my very heart.
    I am learning su much thanks to you two, for I practice completly alone, please chant for me to be able to have a group.
    However, with you I feel I already have a group, this is fantastic.
    Love you.

    Comment by Berta Brass — December 29, 2010 @ 3:40 am

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