Alison Rich

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  • in reply to: Book recommendations. #36791
    Alison Rich
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    For a bit of light relief, but still on the topic, I’ve really enjoyed reading ‘A Hare Marked Moon- from Bhutan to Yorkshire, a story of an English Stupa’ by David Lascelles. (I understand he is a patron of Jamyang Leeds). Lots I did not know about stupas!

    in reply to: Our Cohorts’ Names #23361
    Alison Rich
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    Thank you Jackie, I really enjoyed reading that. I saw a group of statues of the 17 pandits when I was on Pilgrimage with Ven Robina, I’m just trying to remember where it was!

    in reply to: Introduce yourself! #18601
    Alison Rich
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    Hello everyone, i am a bit late to this forum, but made it eventually! I live in Essex England, and I’m a retired teacher, grandmother and part-time carer.

    I feel so fortunate to be able to study the Lam Rim, and other subjects with Geshe Namdak and all of you. I have been a student at Jamyang London since 2014, and was fortunate to study with Geshe Tashi, and I have also taken refuge there, and also with Venerable Robina. I was so lucky to go to Lawudo and to India with her in 2019.

    I’m so looking forward to when we can all meet and study together ‘in person’ but am also grateful for the technology that has been available for us to study during lockdown.

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