retrofuturist wrote:Greetings from Werribee.
(Pilgrim ~ another possibility could be that many Buddhist temples here are quasi cultural centres catering to ethnic communities*, so those who are interested in Buddhism for other reasons find more aligned fellowship online... )
* - the obvious exception being Ajahn Brahm's monestary out in Western Australia but that's so far away for those in the so-called "eastern states" that it may as well be in New Zealand
pilgrim wrote:I wonder if the demographics on DW correlates to the world population of English speaking Buddhists, adjusting for internet access?
Well it's quite possible you've whizzed passed me on the V-Line, while I've stood there like a sucker on the freezing platform, waiting for the Metro train to pull in.
Spiny Norman wrote:pilgrim wrote:I wonder if the demographics on DW correlates to the world population of English speaking Buddhists, adjusting for internet access?
But do they speak the Queens English?
PS Welcome Bunks!
Bunks wrote:Do you have any regular meditation group you sit with in the western suburbs retrofuturist?
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