Phap Hien was a Vietnamese Zen master. He lived in the late 5th century and early the 6th century. When he was a young monk at the Phap Van Temple he met Vinitaruci (?-594) who was one of the successors of Seng-tsan, the Third Patriarch...
TOPIC: A NEW BUDDHISM CENTER IS SEEKING A TEMPLE STAFF (PAID) IN CALIFORINA
Posted on Nov.21.2007 @ 11:04PM EDTbyjingphoebe
Hi! every one! One of the most respectfull monke in Taiwan, Master Monke Jieh Yun. He is the head master of King Kong Temple in Tao Yuan and Yuen Chuan Temple in Tis perparing a new Buddhism temple in Chino, California. He is seeking a full time temple staff, who has a good Buddhism or Zen background and willing to become a monk in the furture for this new temple. The position is paid and the temple will prodive housing.
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Hi, every one! One of the most respectful monks in Taiwan, Master Monk Jieh Yun, who is the head master of King Kong Temple in Tao Yuan, Yuen Chuan Temple in Taipei and Wu Fang Temple in Hsin Chu. Master Jieh Yun is preparing a new Buddhism temple in Chino, California to benefit Americans. He is seeking a full time temple staff, who has a good Buddhism or Zen background and willing to become a monk or nun in the future for this new temple. Master Jieh Yun will always give deep practice lessons in English( he speaks English) while you with around him. This is a very good opportunity. The position is paid and the temple will provide housing. If anyone or someone you know is interested in it, please replay the massage with your email. I will give you more detail and Master Jieh Yun’s contact information. Buddha blesses you!
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