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Guest Teacher Ajahn Kusalo to Teach 3 IMCW Classes in September

By Editor | Sep 20 2011

Inspiring guest teacher Ajahn Kusalo will be teaching three classes for IMCW this month. Kusalo is  a Theravadin senior monk in residence at Tisarana Monastery near Ottawa in Canada. 

As a Buddhist monk in the Forest tradition, Kusalo lives a monastic "life of shared aspiration, shared values, shared responsibilities and shared resources."  As a Theravadin, he follows the original teachings and rules of monastic discipline taught by the Buddha. 

Ajahn Kusalo will be teaching:

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