Thank you for joining us Saturday, May 30th, for our inaugural DVA Speaker Series event. If you were not able to make it, replays are available on both FaceBook and YouTube. Make sure to follow us to be informed about our next event. Bob has practiced the Dharma in the Vipassana/Theravada tradition for twenty-two years. He was a civil rights-human rights attorney for twenty-five years, specializing … Continue reading Inaugural DVA Speaker Series
With so many people suffering so greatly, we also remember that animals are suffering even more than usual. Almost all pandemics have been caused by humans eating animals. And now from being left abandoned and starving on the streets, to being eaten in even larger quantities in some areas, we hope that all of us do what we can to advocate for animals during this … Continue reading With the world in the midst of a pandemic, we at DVA send Metta to all of our members, may you all be healthy and safe. ?
On September 13, 2019, DVA’s President Bob Isaacson got on a jumbo jet in San Diego and flew to Hanoi, Vietnam, the first leg of his trip. After a short stop in Tokyo, he was greeted at the Hanoi airport some 20 hours later by the Venerable Thich Thanh Huan, who is serving as the Director of DVA’s Vietnam Project. VIETNAM DVA President Bob Isaacson … Continue reading The Road to Asia Part 7
DVA Advisory Council Member and Internationally known Dharma teacher, Tara Brach, is hosting a free A 10-Day Journey to Awaken Our Hearts and Bring Healing to Our World. Please join us for the Radical Compassion Challenge. “The medicine our world needs is widening circles of compassion. We need to love ourselves—and each other—into healing.” ~ Tara Brach Continue reading The Radical Compassion Challenge with Tara Brach
Update on our huge DVA event, last month’s day-long at Spirit Rock Meditation Center, called Honoring All Life: Exploring the Precept of Non-Harming. In the morning of our event, a group of well-respected Dharma teachers joined Bob Isaacson and another DVA cofounder, Patti Breitman, to lead the event. Joining Bob and Patti were Spirit Rock teachers Bob Stahl, Richard Shankman, and James Baraz, and Jain activist … Continue reading Report: Honoring All Life: Exploring The First Precept Of Non-Harming
“A huge event will happen on Saturday, December 7, 2019, which will bring attention to the heartbreaking suffering of animals on their way to the plates of Buddhists. Spirit Rock teachers, Bob Stahl and Richard Shankman, long time DVA members, will host a day-long retreat called “Honoring All Life” at Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre, California. Our deepest gratitude to Bob and Richard for … Continue reading Honoring All Life: Exploring The First Precept Of Non-Harming