In a world so fraught with difficulties: war, hatred, greed, climate change, poverty, and so on, the Dalai Lama has been a consistent beacon of peace, reconciliation, harmony, and hope. Such beings are rare and we are all fortunate to witness the examples they set as humans.
In honor of His Holiness, I’ve set up a fundraising page in support of Buddhist Global Relief, aiming to raise $1080. I will be running the Bristol Half Marathon again this year and it roughly corresponds with BGR’s “Walk to Feed the Hungry” so I hope these funds can contribute to this activity and to the overall mission of Buddhist Global Relief, which has truly spanned the globe, from Haiti to Africa to Vietnam as well as India, Sri Lanka, and the United States. Click here to donate.
So please help out. I’m sure that over the next 3 months my pleas will reach over 1000 people. If each of you gave just a dollar we’d be there without a worry. Everyone who gives (non-anonymously) will be mentioned here with notes of gratitude. Donate early and you’ll be mentioned lots of times. Donations over $20 can add a link in the donation comment box (to your blog, business, or charity of choice) that I’ll put in each time I say thanks.