Tuvimos una noche tan conmovedora como inspiradora. Garcias a todos los que asistieron y a los chicos Hungaros por viajar de tan lejos para visitarnos. Estaban gratamente soprendidos y agredecidos por la colaboración espontanea de la sangha en Valencia.
(miércoles 20 de julio de 2010
desde las 19:30 hasta 21:30)
Han venido a Valencia un grupo de gitanos que practican el budismo con Triratna en Hungría. En su país hay mucha represión y ven mucha similitud con los budistas dalits de la India.
In summer 2008 I got an opportunity with my family to participate at the camp in Uszó. For me, it was not only a summer rest, a distraction, and not only the practice of Buddha Dhamma, but the beginning of a new life.
Yes indeed, a new life.
Everyone knows that I suffered from alcoholism. I did not recognise that I was ill. I did not accept the prospect of recovery. Whole armies of doctors tryed to convince me but, even though I had hepatitis and cirrhosis of the liver, I did not pay attention to them. The doctors predicted that I had two more months to live. I admitted myself into an alcohol detoxication and rehabilitation center. However, I went there intoxicated so they did not accept me because it was an entry condition to maintain ten days of abstinence. I was not able. Instead, I preferred to continue to drink.
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Zsuzsanna Dome, also affectionately and respectfully known as Dada Suzi, was born in 1984 in Budapest, Hungary. After graduating from the University of József Attila in Szeged with a degree in History, she began a career in the teaching field. She studies chinese language at Budapest “Dharma Gate” Buddhist College. From an early age she was curious about social work and the arts. After her twenties, Suzi also became involved in various types of voluntary work including demonstrations, programme coordination, etc.