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36 Comments on “Join Us and Stay Close!

  1. This is wonderful. I’m looking forward to sharing and being shared with. Thank you.

    • I find your “I am not a robot” questions VERY inaccurate. Twice before they kept me from joining your organization. I use an iphone. There must be a better way!

  2. Although I do not know my Indian heritage for sure I am French and Indian on my fathers side. I always felt a connection to my heritage. I Stand wiith Standing Rock.

  3. We are more than ever in need of coming together and helping each other through these times.

  4. We are all connected. I hope we can help to get this message through to those who do not yet understand.

    Namaste xx

  5. Thank you for this site. I loo forward to learning more about how to make an impact in this time of intense challenge to our world.

  6. May all beings benefit. May awareness of basic goodness bloom and blossom.

  7. I am delighted to find out about this site. For many years, I have dreamed of starting a Dharma Gaia Circle, and here one is, already online!

    Our collective task, as I see it, is to cultivate the health, competence, and resilience of ourselves, our communities, and our planet simultaneously, since all of these inter-are.
    Three essential disciplines for this healing process are Tonglen, Satyagraha, and Permaculture. See my blog on this theme:

  8. Kristin,
    Thank you for the session today with Alan. I enjoyed listening to your dedication of merit. Could you post it for us to have?

    • Greetings Camilo!

      Okay, that took me WAY too long, but here’s that dedication.

      In Sangha,

      May all places be held sacred.
      May all beings be cherished.
      May all injustices of enslavement, oppression and devaluation be righted, remedied and healed.
      May those captured by hatred be freed to the love that is their birth right.
      May those bound by fear be released to the safety of understanding.
      May those weighed down by grief be given over to the joy of being.
      May those lost in delusion find relief in the path of wisdom.
      May all wounds to forests, rivers, deserts, oceans, all wounds to Mother Earth be lovingly restored to bountiful health.
      May all beings everywhere delight in birdsong and blue sky.
      May all beings abide in peace and well-being, awaken and be free.

  9. Thank yu for bringing us together in a time when there are so many attempts to keep us apart. We are one.

  10. As a member of the Baltimore Shambhala Center and a recent “grad” of the Al Gore Climate Reality Project, I am SO very glad and grateful to learn about the ONE EARTH SANGHA. Thank you so much for keeping us in touch with each other –and the earth.

    • Great to have you join us, Dianne! Perhaps you can join our community including folks from Shambhala at our Buddhist Garhering for the People’s Climate March in DC on April 29. Details here:

      In Sangha,

  11. With all due respect, you have way too many required fields to sign up for an email distribution list. Even for-profit businesses don’t require all this. The only “requirement” should be an email address. The rest should be optional. So I won’t be joining you right now. You may PM me should this policy change. May your work flourish.

  12. Thank you one earth sangha. I am happy to be here.

  13. Metta to all on this site, I’m happy to have found you.

  14. A new face and an old face. I’m honored to be in your midst. As a Buddhist, i feel it’s imperative to walk this path.

    “I take refuge in the Bodhisattva Great Earth” ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

  15. Hi
    I have a home in Silver Spring but live and work in Mexico City on climate change mitigation activities. Thank you for your positive, important message and work.
    Kind regards

  16. Earth Community,

    Im grateful for our blessings of connectedness. Love to All Creation ~ We are One *

    Nicole Dawn Apperley

  17. I want to vote and signed up in your email list but when I need to check on the : I am not a robot box I get disconnected

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