Nichiren Buddhist Community Center On Sunday August 25, 2005 I made my first visit to the SGI-USA, Nichiren Buddhist Community Center in Columbus, OH. The trip was a rewarding experience that I am not likely to forget. Admittedly, I was a bit nervous about going there as I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but […]
Hello my fellow bodhisattvas. My name is Jeff West and I am a Buddhist. I have been interested in Buddhism and Buddhist philosophy since at least the early 90’s. However, I never thoroughly explored Buddhism outside of a book until August, 2005. What Led Me To Buddhism? Great question glad you asked! Well, as I […]
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