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Ready to be scared?

Nov 19, 2016
Ready to be scared?

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Halloween is my favourite holiday and it has always been. The last time I celebrated Halloween was three years ago in Salem, 33 years since I last celebrated it when I was 15. I used to look forward to Halloween, the dressing up and the trick-or-treating, but I’ve never liked any...

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Jan 16, 2012

When Kechara Soup Kitchen (KSK) first started handing out food packets to the homeless in 2006, an average of 20 packets were given out and 8-9 people volunteered. Now, volunteers go through the standard procedure of registering as a volunteer on Friday, the night before food rounds (Saturday night). They also go through a...

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