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Dogs are welcome at the Sunday Market but please don't bring them onto the deck where the food is served.

The Sunday Market is held every Sunday, come rain or shine, from about 8:30am until 1:00 pm. Some booths may run out of food earlier. Come join us for great food & view in a family friendly setting!

Interested in meditation workshop? Open the Meditation menu and select 2017 Meditation Workshops for a list of dates. Signup forms are available in the Temple. You can also sign-up at the workshop.

Click here to learn more about the Buddha Learning Group. The discussion group meets every Sunday in the main Temple between 11:30am and 12:30pm. On the second Sunday of each month we have a more formal session on Buddhism.

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Law 1: Refraining from 14 kinds of evils.
     A. Refraining from the four kinds of kammakilesa (evil deeds that defile
one’s life), namely:
          1. One does not do bodily harm or take life (i.e. abstaining from
pàõàtipàta).
         2. One does not steal or violate property rights (i.e. abstaining from
adinnàdàna).
          3. One does not commit sexual misconduct (i.e. abstaining from
kàmesumicchàcàra).
          4. One does not speak falsely, lie or deceive (i.e. abstaining from
musàvàda).

 
     B. Refraining from the four kinds of agati (bias or deviant conduct),
namely:
          1. One is not biased on account of like (i.e. being without chandà-gati).
          2. One is not biased on account of hate (i.e. being without dosà-gati).
          3. One is not biased on account of fear (i.e. being without bhayàgati).
          4. One is not biased on account of folly (i.e. being without mohàgati). 

      C. Refraining from the six kinds of apàyamukha (channels to the ruin of
property and life), namely:
          1. One is not addicted to drink or drugs.
          2. One does not revel, oblivious to time.
          3 One is not bent only on entertainment.
          4. One does not indulge in gambling.
          5. One does not consort with evil friends.
          6. One does not constantly laze around.

Law 2: Preparing resources for life on two fronts

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