The Case for Buddhism Part 1 – Chapter 1 and Part 1 of Chapter 2

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January 24th, 2015

Welcome back to A Buddhist Podcast!

On tonights show we have William Woollard  reading from his new book, The Case For Buddhism! William reads Chapter 1 and part 1 of Chapter 2. It includes a refreshingly honest experience from William on how he started to practice!

Of course we have music from the Podsafe Music Network! We play the lively Nick Rave track called  – The Heaven Empire Radio Edit and Christie Grace with a really mellow tune called Lions Roar.

Thank you so much for all your support and encouragement. Have an amazing week!

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27 Comments »

  1. Missed you! A heartfelt welcome back!

    Comment by Will — January 25, 2015 @ 12:18 am

  2. OMGosh!!! I am so grateful to you both! Thank you, Jason and Karen, for [once again] putting together another podcast for your followers and audience. An all caps. ‘THANK YOU’ for Mr Woollard for sitting down and reading to us! Thanks a million #NMRK 🙂 Stella

    Comment by Stella — January 25, 2015 @ 3:14 pm

  3. So nice to have you back, Jason and Karen! Thank you!

    Comment by Vittoria — January 25, 2015 @ 5:03 pm

  4. Jason and Karen,
    I have been studying Buddhism for 15 years and just came across your podcasts a few months ago. I have listened to everyone over and over. I finally found a district group here in my city in Utah. I have been looking for more on every site I could find. So, I am very happy to see you have been able to begin again. I listened to how much you put into having it be a transformative experience for the lives of those that listened…….
    You have made an incredible difference.
    I would hope that you return to regular podcasts and with the newer technology it might be easier on you?
    Also For people to contribute is good karma for you and us.
    Is there a way?

    Comment by Robin Netto — January 25, 2015 @ 8:02 pm

  5. YAY!!!! So glad you’re back!! I discovered you several months ago. Listening to your show has helped recharge my practice so much. I have told everyone I know about this prodcast. I listen to the lectures on my train rides and whilst out walking. So glad to see you have returned. Now I’m going to play this newest addition as I prepare dinner.

    Comment by Rachel Neilson — February 2, 2015 @ 11:12 pm

  6. YES, your back! Thank you for effort, i wil send my exp. soon. 😉

    Comment by Chris — February 3, 2015 @ 1:12 am

  7. Wonderful to have you guys back!!! Keep up the good work!
    David

    Comment by David Ross — February 3, 2015 @ 12:37 pm

  8. So glad to hear you, Karen and William again. I so enjoyed the show thank you so much. Hope to hear more.

    Comment by Dia Huizinga — February 11, 2015 @ 5:42 pm

  9. I LOVE LOVE LOVE you two!You have been an inspiration for me in bringing back a Buddist path and a way to intigrate into my life I look forward to more chapters in Milliam Woolard’s new book!.

    Love and light,Deborah

    Comment by Deborah — March 31, 2015 @ 3:58 pm

  10. Thank You for this, very well done. I am still trying to understand what it is to be a Buddhist, this was very valuable to me. Thank you.

    Comment by Gareth — April 7, 2015 @ 6:38 am

  11. Hi Jason and Karen,

    Please accept my DEEPEST APPRECIATION for ALL of your podcasts, along with all of your other listeners. Since finding out about them only a few months ago, thanks to my Sister, I have been listening and sharing valuable points with the members in my District. I just wanted to THANK YOU, and I consider it a WONDERFUL opportunity to study this fantastic practice of ours, Nichiren Buddhism. I know you have not aired for a while, but, your listeners are ALL patient. I’ve discovered your previous podcasts and have a WEALTH of listening until you are back.

    MOST SINCERELY,
    and a SHOUT OUT from
    Debbie Lang and
    Delta District Members
    Antioch, Ca.

    Comment by Debbie Lang — June 1, 2015 @ 10:37 am

  12. Miss you guys. Your direction and devotion have pointed me to the teaching.
    Thank you

    Comment by Bob Allen — June 11, 2015 @ 10:44 am

  13. Dearest Jason and Karon

    As I cannot find you email I write here. My email: iris.dorville@yahoo.com. Be great to have a reply. My friend told me about ur postcast. Thank u so much as I’m listening to it each day .

    The Death and Live study helped me shift something in my life as my brother who I shakubukued committed suicide 3 years ago after many years of depression and I’m still
    healing over it.

    I will keep listing to it and keep transforming my life and become of light of hapinnes in my environment (-:

    With my deepest gratitude and respect.

    Iris

    Comment by Iris — June 30, 2015 @ 12:35 am

  14. I hope that all is well with William Woollard. It has been long since he last read from his book. I hope that we soon are able to hear more Podcasts. thank you for all you do to share Buddhism.

    Comment by Virginia — August 13, 2015 @ 5:57 pm

  15. Hey guys!
    I miss your podcasts so much! I hope everything is okay with everyone and that you can begin again soon. I really enjoyed the monthly or bi-weekly rhythm.
    I hope Canada is treating you well!
    Take care!

    Comment by Daniel Lynn — August 25, 2015 @ 11:17 am

  16. Hello Jason and Karen,

    I just discovered your website through google. I love your website and will be back to discover older podcasts.
    Will you be doing more podcasts this year??
    Thank you so much for your wisdom and good humor.

    Comment by Barbara — September 18, 2015 @ 1:45 am

  17. Hi Barbara, we really hope so! I’m reading for one at the moment, would love to get it out!

    Comment by jason — November 10, 2015 @ 3:45 pm

  18. Wondered what happened to you both. Found your podcasts a couple of years ago when I first became a member. I loved every one. And to hear William’Street voice after all these years from watching him in the 70’s on Tomorrow’so World, who would have thought I would have our faith in Nichiren in common. Heartfelt thanks for all you have both done and are doing. You certainly continue to inspire me to create podcasts myself. Been meaning to start this year but had many obstacles which I have overcome. Next Year I will start using my voice again. I was a radio broadcaster on a music station during the 90’summer and so need to tap into my passion which now includes our practice. NMRK. Warmest Dj Angie Dee.

    Comment by Angie Ballard — November 24, 2015 @ 2:07 am

  19. Dear Jason & Karen

    Blessings to you both – and to William Woollard – for another enticing, inviting, inspirationally powerful Buddhist Podcast.

    Every word – plus the groovy music – was much appreciated by me and my District (Burnham South & Cippenham) members, new and older, while we listened together last evening!

    Cheers, love & daimoku as always to you and yours, Lx

    Comment by Lola Hatmil — December 10, 2015 @ 10:07 am

  20. So glad you’ve done more episodes! One of my favorite (and one of the only) Nichiren/SGI Podcasts out there. I appreciate your hard work and what you do. Thank you for continuing!

    Comment by Michael Sabani — January 26, 2016 @ 4:46 am

  21. I recently discovered your wonderful podcast. I would love to hear more from you guys in 2016.

    Comment by Suzy C — February 10, 2016 @ 5:42 pm

  22. Dear Jason and Karen,
    I discovered your website a month or so ago. I have recently began an exploration of Nichiren Buddhism and your podcasts have furthered my understanding tremendously. Especially enjoy listening to William Woollard’s readings. Looks like you’ve been away for a while. Hope you are both well and look forward to your return. In the meantime, I have a wealth of podcasts to listen to!
    Karen in Florida, US

    Comment by Karen — March 16, 2016 @ 3:57 am

  23. Are you going to be making any more podcasts

    Comment by Wtp — May 31, 2016 @ 11:01 am

  24. Hi Jason and Karen

    I recently discovered your podcasts after a friend recommended them and I especially enjoyed listening to William read the Reluctant Buddhist and also listening to The Buddha,Geoff and Me. I had read the book, but it was really great to hear it read. I have really enjoyed listening to the experiences from members around the globe, such encouragement. Thank you both so much for creating these podcasts. I just wondered what had happened as I cant seem to find any after January 2015?
    Wishing you both tremendous happiness and good health.
    Becky, Rising Sun District, Auckland, NZ

    Comment by Becky Moore — July 5, 2016 @ 11:44 pm

  25. Hi Jason and Karen,
    It’s great to discover you have started up again – I enjoyed listening to all your earlier podcasts while walking / jogging around beautiful Milton Keynes here in the UK over the last few years.

    I hope the adventure in Canada is going well. I visited Calgary and the Rockies a few years ago, and the scenery is breathtaking! (even more so than MK) 🙂

    Very best wishes from me and Wendy.

    Comment by Paul Rugg-Easey — July 28, 2016 @ 5:38 am

  26. Hello you two,

    I’m so happy that you two are back. I didn’t know if you would continue putting out podcasts. I can’t imagine how much work it must be to produce these shows. I’m sure i’m not alone in saying I really appreciate these podcasts. Haven’t listened to this one yet but it’s on my playlist and it will be listened to soon.

    Take care,
    NMHRK!!!

    Comment by Graham Hatcher — August 25, 2016 @ 7:48 am

  27. Thanks to you all. Great podcasts

    Comment by Sian — August 14, 2017 @ 8:04 am

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