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Feb 19
Sunday

Halifax Hosts Trust Meeting

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The Shambhala Trust met in Halifax to consider a variety of proposals for funding

by Ginny Evans

It had been far too long since the Shambhala Trust last met in Halifax, and once we had the experience, all of us were asking ourselves why it had been such a long time. We were hosted in the new boardroom of Kalapa Media, next door to the Sakyong’s office, at Sovereign Place. Laurie and Landy Mallery generously offered their home for a Friday evening get together of Trust members and Halifax friends. This was a festive start to a delightful weekend.

The proponents for all the proposals were able at this meeting to present their project in person, Robert Reichner in Seattle and Holly Gayley in Boulder via Zoom.  This technology allowed Greg Lubkin to attend as well as Susan Dreier, John Sennhauser and Cynthia Bradshaw from their homes in Los Angeles, Boston, New York and Seattle.  Both Dhi Good (from Boulder) and Ann Shaftel (from the Annapolis Valley) came to the meeting in person as presenters.  Continue…

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Collaborating Support for Homeless Youth – HIGHLIGHT

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Reflections on the Six Ways of Ruling – HIGHLIGHT

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The Path of Unconditional Healing – HIGHLIGHT

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