A message from the sweetest Buddhist house manager and overlord Nikki Dodd ’15
Join us for a (free!) day of yoga, kirtan, and meditation followed by a mindful meal. Come relax your body, quiet your mind, and sing from your heart. All are welcome
ORDER OF EVENTS:
3 – 4pm – Yoga with Katie McLaughlin ’15
4:15pm – Kirtan (ecstatic chanting) with Shubalananda
5:15pm – Zen meditation with Dylan Awalt-Conley ’15
6pm – Mindful meal (vegetarian, from Haveli’s)
Feel free to come to any and all of the events that you’re able to (though we encourage you to come to all of them)!
“The rain has stopped, the clouds have drifted away,
and the weather is clear again.
If your heart is pure, then all things in your world are pure.
Abandon this fleeting world, abandon yourself,
Then the moon and flowers will guide you along the way.”
Date: Saturday April, 25th
Place: Buddhist House
Cost: Free! Free for your mind, free for your soul. Free Haveli’s for your mouth!
do people not understand that it’s called “Haveli” and not “Haveli’s”
It’s not disrespect so much as just a common linguistic impulse that people all over the country have. When the name of a place feels subconsciously like a proper noun, people often make it possessive. I’ve heard Penny’s (instead of JCPenny), Nordstrom’s, even Target’s. Of course, this doesn’t work when the name is doesn’t feel like a proper noun (like, GameStop). It’s especially common with restaurants, because it feels like one family inviting another for an event. (just as you would say, going to Roth’s for dinner…Ha Ha)